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Wilton, New Hampshire 

1 993 
Town and School Reports 



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ANNUAL REPORTS 

OF THE 

TOWN OFFICERS 

OF 

WILTON, N.H. 

FOR THE 

YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 31, 1993 

& 
INVENTORY OF TAXABLE PROPERTIES 



WILTON LYNDEBOROUGH CO-OP 

& 
WILTON SCHOOL DISTRICT 

FOR THE 
YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 1993 



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in 2013 



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Photo From Jessie Salisbury Collection 

Railroad Bridge, Souhegan River, Wilton 
Approximately 1888 



INDEX 



Ambulance and Rescue 60 

Auditor's Report- 1992 73 

Balance Sheet 1 3 

Budget for Town 15 

Building Inspector 53 

Communications Center..... 64 

Current Use Report 1 2 

Expenditures, Detailed 30 

Fire Department 55 

Forest Fire Warden Report 67 

Highway Department 58 

Home Health Care and Community Services Report 66 

Investment of the Trust Funds 44 

Inventory of Taxable Property =...79 

Librarian Report 56 

Library Trustee Report 51 

Monadnock Family Services 65 

MS-5 19 

Nashua Regional Planning Commission 59 

Police Department 56 

Recycling Center. 57 

Revenues, Detailed 17 

Schedule of Town Property 1 2 

School District Report S 1 

Selectmen's Report 9 

Sewer Department 63 

Summary Inventory of Valuation 1 2 

1993 Synopsis of Town Meetings and Election Results 68 

Tax Collector 47 

Tax Rate Computation 1 

Town Clerk 50 

Town Officers 2 

Treasurer's Report 46 

Trustees of the Trust Funds 42 

Vital Statistics 74 

Warrant for Town Meeting..... 4 

Waterworks Report 62 

Wilton-Lyndeborough Youth Center 61 

Wilton-Lyndeborough Co-operative High School S32 



TOWN OFFICERS -1993 



Selectmen: 

Richard D. Greeley, Chairman 1994 
Jerry W. Greene, (Appt. May 1993) 1994 
Stuart S. Draper 1995 

Tax Collector: 

Jane K. Farrell 1994 

Kyra Brennan, Deputy 

Town Clerk: 

JaneK. Farrell 1996 

Kyra Brennan, Deputy 

Treasurer: 

Barry A. Greene 1994 

Trustee of the Trust Funds: 

C. Wilson Sullivan 1994 

Earl W. Watts 1995 

John Hutchinson 1996 

Auditors: 

Edna Bean 

Doris Boutwell 1994 

Planning Board: 

Michael Davidson, Chairman 1995 

David Glines 1994 

J. Alexander MacMartin 1 994 

MinotRing 1995 

Mark H. Whitehill 1996 

Richard D. Rockwood 1 996 

Richard D. Greeley, 
Selectmen Member 
Betsy Castro, Alt. 
R. Neil Faiman, Alt. 
Dawn Tuomala, Alt. 



Moderator: 

Richard D. Rockwood 

Supervisor of Checklist: 

Cheryl Burns 
Carolyn L Quinn 
Laura McGettigan 



Conservation Commission: 

Glenn Connell 
Philip C. Heald 
Wendy Savoie 
Leslie Tallarico 

Budget Committee: 

Donna Mae Hoover, Chairman 

John Griffith 

David Tierney 

Cary Hughes 

Daniel Osmer 

Donald McGettigan 

William J. Keefe 

Louis D'Amore 

Paul Putnam 

Joyce Fisk, 

School Board Member 
Stuart S. Draper 

Selectmen Member 



Zoning Board of Adjustment: 

R. Neil Faiman, Chairman 
Thomas Mitchell 
James A. Tuttle 
Stephen Blanchard 
Joanna K. Eckstrom, Alt. 
Cynthia Harris, Alt. 
Arlene Laurenitis, Alt. 



1994 



1994 
1996 
1998 



1994 
1994 
1994 
1995 
1995 
1995 
1996 
1996 
1996 



1996 
1994 
1995 
1996 



Library Trustees: 

Sandra Perfito, Chairman 
Serafin Anderson 
Glory Ann Bier 
Ronald Brown 
William Ladd 
Earl W. Watts 
Stanley Young 

Chief of Police: 

George L. Ayres 

Building Inspector: 

Frank S. Millward 

Health Officer: 

Frank S. Millward 

Recycle Center: 

A. Carl Wetherbee 

Highway Agent: 

Charles O. McGettigan, Jr. 

Overseer of Welfare: 

Charles O. McGettigan, Jr. 

Corder of Wood: 

Mark Gibbons 

Surveyors of Lumber: 

Mark Gibbons 
Philip C. Heald 

Forest Committee: 

Philip C. Heald 
Ross Jennings 



Water Commissioners: 



Charles 0. McGettigan, Jr. 
James A. Tuttle 
Eugene J. Edwards, Sr. 


1994 
1995 
1996 


Sewer Commissioners: 

Paul A. Desrochers 
Raymond Mahoney 
C. Stanley Schultz 


1994 
1995 
1996 


Fire Chief: 

Rene Houle 




Assistant Fire Chiefs: 

Carl Boutwell 
C. Stanley Schultz 





Forest Fire Warden: 

C. Stanley Schultz 

Nashua Regional Planning 
Committee: 

Timothy J. Farrell 
Jerry W. Greene 

Civil Defense: 

Thomas Herlihy 

Dog Officers: 

Police Department 

Cemeteries: 

Selectmen 

Masonry, Brick & Stone: 

Leroy V. Tuttle 

Parks and Playgrounds: 

Highway Department 



STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE 
TOWN WARRANT 



To the inhabitants of the Town of Wilton in the County of Hillsborough 
and the State of New Hampshire qualified to vote in Town Affairs: 

You are hereby notified to appear at the Florence Rideout Elementary 
School Auditorium in said Wilton on Tuesday, the 8th day of March A.D. 
1994 at 10 A.M. to ballot for necessary Town Officers and other action 
required to be inserted on said official ballot. 

(POLLS ARE TO REMAIN OPEN UNTIL 7:00 P.M.) 

1. To choose all necessary Town Officers for the year ensuing. (By 
ballot) 

2. Are you in favor of the adoption of Amendment No. 1 as proposed 
by the Planning Board for the Town of Wilton Zoning Ordinance as 
follows: amend the Floodplain Conservation District, as required by 
FEMA to maintain eligibility for the flood insurance program, by adding 
two new sections Section 10.1.24 to provide a definition for recreational 
vehicles and Section 10.4(d) to provide criteria for the placement of 
recreational vehicles in flood hazard areas? 

3. Are you in favor of the adoption of Amendment No. 2 as proposed 
by the Planning Board for the Town of Wilton Zoning Ordinance as 
follows: amend Section 6.3.5 Private Drives by changing the term to 
Private Ways to make it consistent with the term used in the Subdivision 
Regulations? 

4. Are you in favor of the adoption of Amendment No. 3 as proposed 
by the Planning Board for the Town of Wilton Zoning Ordinance as 
follows: amend the Industrial District Section 6.0.1 to include Lot B-008 
which is currently used for industrial purposes? 

5. Are you in favor of the adoption of Amendment No. 4 as proposed 
by the Planning Board for the Town of Wilton Zoning Ordinance as 
follows: delete Section 8.6.2 Commercial Uses from the Special 
Exception section and add it in Section 8.1 Permitted Uses to clarify that 
commercial uses are permitted by right in the Industrial District? 

6. Are you in favor of the adoption of Amendment No. 5 as proposed 
by the Planning Board for the Town of Wilton Zoning Ordinance as 
follows: amend the Residential District Section 5.2.3 Setbacks to clarify 
side lot setbacks of 15 feet within the District? 



You are further notified to appear at the Florence Rideout Elementary 
School Auditorium, in said Wilton, Friday the 11th day of March A.D. 
1994 at 8:00 P.M. to act upon the following: 

7. To see if the Town will vote to establish a Capital Reserve Fund 
under NH RSA 35:1 for the Cooley Park Improvement Project and to 
raise and appropriate the sum of Fifty Thousand ($50,000.00) Dollars to 
be placed in this fund or take any other action relating thereto. 

(Budget Committee recommends this article) 
(Selectmen recommends this article) 

8. To see if the Town will vote to establish a Capital Reserve Fund for 
the Town Hall Repair Project and to raise and appropriate the sum of Ten 
Thousand ($10,000.00) Dollars to be placed in this fund or take any other 
action relating thereto. 

(Budget Committee recommends this article) 
(Selectmen recommends this article) 

9. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of Eight 
Thousand ($8,000.00) Dollars to be added to the Police Crusier Capital 
Reserve Fund previously established or take any other action relating 
thereto. 

(Budget Committee recommends this article) 
(Selectmen recommends this article) 

10. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of Five 
Thousand ($5,000.00) Dollars to be added to the Ambulance Capital 
Reserve Fund previously established or take any other action relating 
thereto. 

(Budget Committee recommends this article) 
(Selectmen recommends this article) 

11. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of One 
($1.00) Dollar and to authorize the Selectmen to purchase Tax Map K, 
Lot 064-1 at such price and on such terms as the Selectmen shall 
determine or take any other action relating thereto. 

(Budget Committee recommends this article) 
(Selectmen recommends this article) 

12. To see if the Town will vote to withdraw Ten Thousand ($10,000) 
Dollars from the Recycling Center Sinking fund, Five Thousand ($5,000) 
Dollars to be used to purchase a glass crusher/aggregate maker and 
Five Thousand ($5,000) Dollars to be used to construct a pole building to 
protect ash from the elements, or take any other action relative thereto. 
(Budget Committee recommends this article) 

(Selectmen recommends this article) 



13. To see if the Town will vote to authorize the Selectmen to apply for, 
accept, receive and expend federal and state grants for the Cooley Park 
Improvement Project, in accordance with RSA 31 :35-b, or take any other 
action relating thereto. 

(Budget Committee recommends this article) 
(Selectmen recommends this article) 

14. To see if the Town will vote to authorize the Board of Selectmen to 
enter into an intermunicipal agreement relative to the provision of 
communications services for police, fire, ambulance and other 
emergency functions with the Milford Area Communications Facility upon 
such terms, for such duration, and upon such conditions as the 
Selectmen in their discretion find to be in the best interest of the Town; or 
take any other action relating thereto. 

(Budget Committee recommends this article) 
(Selectmen recommends this article) 

15. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate the sum of One Million, 
Eight Hundred, Ninety Two Thousand, Six Hundred, Three ($1,892,603) 
Dollars. Said sum does not include Fifty Thousand ($50,000) Dollars to 
establish a Capital Reserve Fund for the Cooley Park Improvement 
Project and to raise and appropriate the sum of Fifty Thousand ($50,000) 
Dollars to be placed in said fund under Article 7, nor Ten Thousand 
($10,000) Dollars to establish a Capital Reserve Fund / Expendable Trust 
Fund for Town Hail Repairs and to raise and appropriate Ten Thousand 
($10,000) Dollars to be placed in said fund, nor Eight Thousand ($8,000) 
Dollars to be added to the Police Cruiser Capital Reserve Fund, 
previously established, under Article 9, nor Five Thousand ($5,000) 
Dollars to be added to the Ambulance Capital Reserve Fund under 
Article 10, nor One ($1) Dollar for the purchase of Tax Map K, Lot 64-1 at 
such price and terms as the Selectmen shall determine under Article 11, 
nor Ten Thousand ($10,000) Dollars to be withdrawn from the Recycling 
Center Sinking Fund, Five Thousand ($5,000) Dollars to be used to 
purchase a glass crusher/aggregate maker and Five Thousand ($5,000) 
Dollars to be used to construct a pole building under Article 12. Grand 
total, which represents the bottom line of the posted budget (MS-7) is 
One Million, Nine Hundred, Seventy Five Thousand, Six Hundred, Four 
($1 ,975,604.00) Dollars. 

(Budget Committee recommends this article) 
(Selectmen recommends this article) 

16. To see if the Town will vote to authorize the Board of Selectmen to 
accept on behalf of the Town, gifts, legacies and devises made to the 
town in trust for any public purpose, as permitted by RSA 31 :19. 

17. To see if the Town will vote to authorize the Board of Selectmen to 
accept gifts of personal property which may be offered to the town for any 



public purpose, pursuant to RSA 31 :95-e. The Selectmen must hold a 
public hearing before accepting such gift, and the acceptance shall not 
bind the town to raise, appropriate or expend any public funds for the 
operation, maintenance, repair or replacement of any such personal 
property. 

18. To see if the Town will vote to authorize the Board of Selectmen and 
Treasurer to borrow money upon the credit of the Town in anticipation of 
taxes under the provisions of RSA 33:7. This authorization, in 
accordance with RSA 33:17, shall remain in effect until rescinded by a 
vote of the Town Meeting, or take any other action relative thereto. 

19. To see if the Town will vote to authorize indefinitely, until specific 
rescission of such authority, the Selectmen to convey any real estate 
acquired by the Town by Tax Collector's Deed. Such conveyance shall 
be by deed following a public auction, or the property may be sold by 
advertised sealed bids, or may be otherwise disposed of as justice may 
require, pursuant to RSA 80:80 and RSA 80:42. 

20. To see if the Town will vote to authorize the Board of Selectmen to 
apply for, accept and expend, without further action by town meeting, 
money from the state, federal or other governmental unit or a private 
source which becomes available during the year, in accordance with 
RSA 31 :95-b. 

21 . To see if the Town will vote to authorize the Board of Selectmen to 
accept the dedication of any street shown on a subdivision plat approved 
by the Planning Board, provided that such street has been constructed to 
applicable town specifications as determined by the Board of Selectmen 
or their agent. 

22. To see if the Town shall accept the provisions of RSA 31 :95-b 
providing that any town at an annual meeting may adopt an article 
authorizing indefinitely, until specific rescission of such authority, the 
Selectmen to apply for, accept and expend, without further action by the 
town meeting, unanticipated money from a state, federal, or other 
governmental unit or a private source which becomes available during 
the fiscal year. 

23. To hear the reports of Agents, Auditors and Committees or Officers 
heretofore chosen to pass any vote relating thereto. 

24. To transact any other business that may legally come before said 
meeting. 



Given under our hands this 21st day of February , 1994. 

Richard D. Greeley 
Stuart S. Draper 
Jerry W. Greene 

Selectmen of Wilton, New Hampshire 

A true copy of Warrant attest: 



We hereby certify that we gave notice to the inhabitants within named to 
meet at the time and place for the purpose within named, by posting an 
attested copy of the within warrant at the place of meeting within named, 
and a like copy of the within warrant attested at the Wilton Post Office and 
town offices being public places; in said town, on the 21st day of 
February, 1994. 

Richard D. Greeley 
Stuart S. Draper 
Jerry W. Greene 

Selectmen of Wilton, New Hampshire 

Jane K. Farrell, 
Justice of the Peace 



SELECTMEN'S REPORT 



1993 was a busy and challenging year for your Wilton Selectmen. 

George Infanti found it necessary to resign May 24th due to 
employment responsibilities in Connecticut. Thank you, George, for your 
dedication and a job well done. We welcome Jerry Greene as George's 
replacement, he is fully capable of handling the job. 

During this year we worked with a group of sixth graders from the 
Florence Rideout Elementary School on a sidewalk project. A small group 
of mothers guided the young people in this worthwhile endeavor which 
culminated in new crosswalks and the message "Stop for Pedestrians". Our 
thanks to these groups and their joint efforts. 

In another area our board worked with Allen Jowders and Gilbert Testa 
regarding the house numbering and in some cases renaming of streets and 
roads in the town of Wilton. Public input was encouraged through numerous 
public meetings. This effort was necessary to reduce confusion in the use of 
the emergency 91 1 number program. Thank you , Allan and Gilbert, for your 
participation in a project that should benefit us all. 

The Wilton Businessmen's Association is responsible for many positive 
steps taken to make Main Street safer and more attractive. Included in these 
benefits are improvements to the Draper-Proctor parking lot, sidewalk 
benches, changes in street lights and tree planting on the wall south of the 
town hall. There are also plans to widen Main Street north of the town hall. 
Thank you for the long hours of meetings and work well done. 

We all appreciate the nice looking, white, lighted, bulletin board on 
Route 101 above the blinkers. By means of this sign we can know, at a 
glance, what is going on in our town of Wilton. A thank you to the Wilton 
Lions Club and all who contributed to this grand addition to our town. 

The board wants to thank all of our committee heads, members and 
volunteers for their tireless efforts. 

Thanks also goes to all of our department heads and workers for their 
dedication and hard work. 

A big thank you to our office staff including Jane Farrell, Edna 
Worcester and Kyra Brennan. 



Respectfully submitted, 
Richard D. Greeley, Chairman 
Stuart S. Draper 
Jerry W. Greene 






DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE ADMINISTRATION 
Municipal Services Division 
Concord, N.H. 03302-0457 
1993 Tax Rate Calculation 



r EJJU U [^ 

SEP 3 0i?03 M 



Town/City of: UILT0N 

Appropriations 
Less: Revenues 
Less: Shared Revenues 
Add: Overlay 

War Service Credits 

Net Town Appropriation 
Special Adjustment 



Approved Town/City Tax Effort 
Municipal Tax Rate 



Due to Local School 
Due to Regional School 
Less: Shared Revenues 

Net School Appropriation 
Special Adjustment 



Approved School(s) Tax Effort 
School(s) Tax Rate 

-- County Portion — 



TOWN OFWILTON I 
SEP 2- ~ Ta *~~ 



S/9& 



Rates 



1 

1 


,996,399 

,352,166 

20,653 

75,126 

10,500 




709,206 












ort 






709,206 


School 
1 
1 


Portion ■ 
,286,605 
,403,607 
75,898 


2 


,614,314 











ort 






2,614,314 



7.51 



27.68 



Due to County 

Less: Shared Revenues 

Net County Appropriation 
Special Adjustment 



366,621 
6,712 



359,909 




Approved County Tax Effort 359,909 

County Tax Rate 3.81 

Combined Tax Rate 39. 00^ 

Total Property Taxes Assessed 3,683,429 

Commitment Analysis 

Total Property Taxes Assessed 3,683,429 

Less: War Service Credits (10,500) 

Add: Village District Commitment( s ) 

Total Property Tax Commitment 3,672,929 J 1 

-- Proof of Rate ~ fjr ugP 

Net Assessed Valuation Tax Rate Assessment Hi 

94,446,895 39.00 3,683,429^ 

1994 Bond Requirement 
Treasurer: 88,000 Tax Collector: - 77,000 

Town Clerk: 32,000 Trustees of Trust Funds: 71,000 

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TAX RATE COMPUTATION 



Total Town Appropriation 
Total Revenue and Credits 
Net Town Appropriations 
Net School Assessment(s) 
County Tax Assessment 
Total of Town, School and County 
DEDUCT Total Business Profits 

Tax Reimbursement 
ADD War Service Credits 
ADD Overlay 
Property Taxes To Be Raised 



+ 


1,996,399 


- 


1,352,166 


= 


644,233 


+ 


2,614,314 


+ 


359,909 


s 


3,618,456 


- 


20,653 


+ 


10,500 


+ 


75,126 


= 


3,683,429 



PROOF OF TAX RATE COMPUTATION 



$94,446,895.00 X 39.00 = $3,683,429 
Total Property Taxes to be Raised 



TAX COMMITMENT ANALYSIS 



Property Taxes to be Raised 

Total 

Less War Service Credits 

Total Tax Commitment 



3,683,429 

3,683,429 

10,500 

3,672,929 



MUNICIPAL TAX RATE BREAKDOWN 



Tax Rates 



Net 
Appropriation 



Less 
BPT 



Approved Prior Years Approved 

Taxes To Tax Rate Tax Rate 

Be Raised 1992 1993 



Town 
County 
School Dist. 



719,359 

366,621 

2,690,212 



20,653 

6,712 

75,898 



698,706 

359,909 

2,614,314 



6.09 

3.78 

26.52 

36.39 



7.51 
3.81 

2Z£S 
39.00 



Net Valuation on Which Tax is Computed = $94,446,895 



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SUMMARY INVENTORY OF VALUATION 



Land - Current Use 
Agricultural / Residential Land 

Commercial / Industrial 
Buildings - Residential 
Buildings - Manufactured Housing 
Buildings - Commercial / Industrial 
Valuation Before Exemptions 
Elderly Exemption 
School 
Veterans 
Public Service Co. Of NH 

(Public Utilities) 
Blind Exemptions 



180,000.00 

1,378,332.00 

10,500.00 

718,415.00 
60,000.00 



$ 367,398.00 

26,559,094.00 

57,764,070.00 

344,210.00 

10,312,040.00 

$95,346,812.00 



CURRENT USE REPORT 

Farm Land 1,581.19 

Forest Land 6,628.00 

Unproductive 822.58 

Total Number of Acres Exempted Under Current Use 9,031 .76 

Total Number of Acres Taken Out Of Current Use During Year 308.26 



SCHEDULE OF TOWN PROPERTY 



Map # 


Location Valuation 


Map # 


Location 


Valuation 


F-158 


Abbot Well 


55,000 


F-157 


Everett Well 


14,800 


J-041 


Town Hall 


259,000 


J-042 


Banking 


8,200 


J-061 


Parking Lot 


25,600 


FX-089-1 


Dog Pound 


700 


J-068 


Library 


398,100 


K-062 


Fire Station 


172,000 


L-040 


Sewer Pump. Stat. 


1,300 


L-047 


Laurel Hill 


22,500 


L-052 


Land 


800 


D-091 


Town Barn 


90,000 


D-088 


Carnival Hill 


31,900 


D-077 


Town Forest 


24,700 


D-033 


Water Pump House 


1,600 


D-015 


Vale End 


500 


D-013 


South Yard 


6,100 


D-007 


Resevoir 


17,700 


B-007 


Goss Park 


41,000 


C-080 


Town Pound 


4,000 


D-104 


Recycle 


310,000 


J-102 


Wars Monument 3,600 


K-014 


Rideout Elem. Sch. 


825,400 


E-015 


Scott Land 


4,400 


G-021 


Town Forest 


10,900 


F-004 


Cemetery 


5,200 


B-016 


Land 


400 


B-023 


Land 


18,400 


E-023 


Land 


424 


K-158 


Land 


200 


L-025-1 


Land 


2,700 


L-025-2 


Land 


2,700 


J-018 


Land & Building 


77,900 









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BALANCE 
DECEMBER 



SHEET 
31, 1993 



Assets 



Cash Petty Cash 


$ 437.91 




General Fund 


83,043.27 




Investment Account 


1,002,697.91 




Water Department C/D 


43,627.83 




Water Department Savings 


13,219.07 




Escrow Accounts 


485.86 




Conservation Commission 


24,297.16 


$1,167,809.01 


Unredeemed Taxes 


237,053.40 




Uncollected Taxes-Property 1993 


540,578.39 




Residence 1993 


4,040.00 




Residence-Prev. 


590.00 




Liens 


19,709.42 




Yield Tax 


7.50 


801,978.71 


Uncollected Sewer 


30,871.34 




Uncollected Water 


2,160.00 




Accounts Receivable 


17.925.71 


50,957.05 


Due from Sewer Department 


6,489.27 




Due from Highfields 


8,800.00 




Due from Quinn Brothers 


18,975.50 


33,364.77 


Capital Reserve 






Ambulance 


6,130.14 




Bridges 


11,498.51 




Fire Tanker 


4,260.44 




Conservation 


27,349.57 




Highway 


65,282.64 




Police Cruiser 


775.19 




Recycle 


58,275.01 




Water Land Acquisition 


94^.43 


174,517.93 


Due from Towns: 






Greenfield 


254.13 




Lyndeborough 


(5,333.89) 




Mason 


(2,350.96) 




Temple 


(2,479.74) 




Greenville 


1.946.61 


(7,953-55) 


GRAND TOTAL 




S2.220.663.62 



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BALANCE SHEET 
DECEMBER 31, 1993 



Liabilities 



Cash Off-Set 

Water Department $56,846.90 

Conservation Commission 24,297.16 

Escrow A/C 890.73 $ 82,034.79 

Capital Carryover 

Land Fill 26,254.03 

Fire Truck 61.940.00 88,1 94.03 

Due Water Department 89.462.45 89,462.45 

Schools 

Wilton School District 634,605.00 

Wilton-Lyndeborough Co-op 647.975.00 1 ,282,580.00 

Accounts Payable (351.70) (351.70) 

Capital Reserve Off-Set 174,517,93 174.517.93 



Total Liabilities 1,716,437.50 

Fund Balance 504.226.12 

GRAND TOTAL 2.220.663.62 



Fund Balance December 31, 1992 397,095.18 

Fund Balance December 31 , 1993 504.226.12 

Changes in Financial Condition + 107,130.94 

$136,000 of 1992 Fund Balance was used to reduce Tax Rate 



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WILTON TOWN BUDGET 1994 
PURPOSE OF APPROPRIATION 





BUD 93 


ACT 93 


REQ 94 


BUD 94 


Not Rec 


GENERAL GOVERNMENT 












Town Officers Salaries 


4300 


4300 


4300 


4300 




Town Officers Expense 


96207 


96185 


97531 


97531 




Elections & Registrations 


1950 


1030 


3920 


3920 




Cemetaries 


12640 


14504 


13230 


13230 




General Govt Bldg 


28640 


17952 


27250 


27250 




Planning Board 


11770 


7428 


12120 


11770 


350 


Zoning Board 


1620 


801 


1600 


1600 




Legal Expense 


7500 


5256 


6000 


6000 




Contingency Fund 


5000 


4500 


5000 
170951 


5000 




TOTAL 


169627 


151956 


170601 


350 


PUBLIC SAFETY 












Police Dept 


199601 


216194 


215140 


213740 


1400 


Fire Dept 


47150 


46483 


55500 


55500 




Emergency Management 


200 





200 


200 




Building Inspection 


11157 


11164 


11440 


11440 




Communications 


29994 


29921 


30346 


30346 




Hydrant Rental 


21600 


20700 


22080 


22080 




Police Federal Grant 




1302 








TOTAL 


309702 


325764 


334706 


333306 


1400 


HIGHWAYS, ST, BRIDGES 










Highway Maintenance 


237040 


235588 


242830 


242830 




General Highway 


50450 


50212 


52700 


52700 




Street Lighting 


19000 


19666 


20000 


20000 




Bridge Maintenance 


2000 





1000 


1000 




TOTAL 


308490 


305466 


316530 


316530 




SANITATION 












Solid Waste Disposal 


271197 


259191 


275229 


275229 





HEALTH 

Health Dept/Office 

W-L Ambulance 

Animal Control 

Mental Health 

Home Health Care 

Milford Regional Counseling 

Milford Family Planning 

Child & Family Services 

Rape & Assault Support 

Milford Mediation Program 

TOTAL 



565 


317 


325 


325 




26244 


26244 


44985 


43260 


1725 


710 


996 


2055 


2055 




2000 


2000 


3121 


2000 


1121 


7000 


7000 


7000 


7000 




1000 


1000 


1000 


1000 




1324 


1324 










5000 


5000 


13000 
300 
500 


5000 
300 
500 


8000 



43843 



43881 



72286 



61440 



10846 



15 



93Appro 



93 Act 



94 Req 



94 Bud 



WELFARE 












General Assistance 


15000 


12679 


15000 


15000 




Aid to Disabled 


1105 


840 


715 


715 




TOTAL 


16105 


13519 


15715 


15715 




CULTURE & RECREATION 












Library 


61852 


61852 


65289 


66500 




Parks & Playgrounds 


1400 


998 


1500 


1400 


100 


Patriotic Purposes 


750 


750 


750 


750 




Conservation Commission 


700 


150 


200 


200 




W-L Youth Center/ Goss Pk 


8084 


8084 


8084 


8084 




TOTAL 


72786 


71834 


75823 


76934 


100 


DEBT SERVICE 












Princ of Long Term Bonds/Notes 12500 


12500 


12500 


12500 




Interest Expense Bonds /Notes 


18000 


18000 


18000 


18000 




Interest Tax Anticipation 


45000 


19542 


25000 


25000 




Local Share Sewer Principal 


19680 


19680 


19680 


19680 




TOTAL 


95180 


69722 


75180 


75180 




CAPITAL OUTLAY 












Recycle Equipment 






10000 


10000 




Land Purchase/Main Street 






38000 


1 




Fire Dept Equipment 


5010 


5000 


11550 


11550 




Highway Used Backhoe/Sander 






25700 


25700 




Ambulance/Full Time Attendant 


10125 


10125 










Fire Dept/New Doors 


6000 


5582 








Library Alarm System 






12000 


11000 


1000 


Water Holes Fire Dept 


1000 





1000 


1000 




Police Cruiser 


15000 


14888 









Police Equipment 
Fire Dept Tanker 

TOTAL 



6700 
140000 

183835 



6700 
78060 



120355 



98250 



59251 



1000 



CAPITAL RESERVE FUNDS 

Cooley Park Improvement Project 
Police Dept Cruiser 

Ambulance 5000 

Expendable Trust/Town Hall 



TOTAL 5000 



5000 



5000 



50000 


50000 


8000 


8000 


5000 


5000 


10000 


10000 



73000 



73000 



16 





APPRO 93 


ACT 93 


REQ94 


BUD 94 


OTHER EXPENSES 










Municipal Water Dept 


217254 


213668 


217705 


217705 


Municipal Sewer Dept 


192000 


193019 


191971 


191971 


FICA/Retirement/Pension 


28854 


28864 


28000 


28000 


Ins/BCBS /MTHP 


39526 


38590 


39742 


39742 


Unemployment Comp 


2500 


2024 


2500 


2500 


Workman's Comp 


500 





500 


500 


Insurance-Liability 


40000 


30926 


38000 


38000 


TOTAL 











520634 



507091 



518418 



518418 



GRAND TOTAL 



1996399 



1873779 



2026088 



1975604 



13696 



SOURCES OF REVENUE 





EST 93 


ACT 93 


SEL 94 


BUD 94 


TAXES 










Residence Tax 


25000 


24940 


23000 


23000 


Interest & Penalties Del Tax 


35000 


106101 


45000 


45000 


Yield Tax 


2000 


4416 


2000 


2000 


Interest & Penalties Res Tax 


200 


400 


200 


200 


Land Use Change 


2000 


2850 


2000 


2000 


Interest Current Use 





10 






Redemption Costs Recovered 


2000 


6526 


3000 


3.000 


Payment in Lieu of Tax 


1000 


1200 


1000 


1000 


Interest Yield Tax 










TOTAL 


67200 


146443 


76200 


76200 


INTERGOVERMENTAL REVENUE 


STATE 






Shared Revenue 


158193 


171351 


163810 


163810 


Highway Subsidy 


74009 


60852 


74009 


74009 


Reimbursement Forest 


500 


402 


500 


500 


RR Tax State 


60 


116 


50 


50 


Federal Grant Police 


2000 


1930 







TOTAL 



234762 



234651 



238369 



238369 



17 



Est 93 



Act 93 



Sel 94 



Bud 94 



LICENSES & PERMITS 










Motor Vehicle Permits 


215000 


236147 


220000 


220000 


Dog Licenses 


1500 


2251 


2000 


2000 


Business License Permits 


4000 


4915 


4000 


4000 


Marriage/Death Certificates 


500 


357 


350 


350 


UCC Certificates 


1500 


1143 


1000 


1000 


Title Fees 


1000 


1358 


1000 


1000 


Building Permits 


4500 


5510 


5000 


5000 


Filing Fees Town Offices 





46 







TOTAL 



228000 



251727 



233350 



233350 



37500 


49111 


45000 


45000 


500 


1200 


500 


500 


198755 


185539 


201582 


201582 


8000 


8000 


8000 


8000 



CHARGES FOR SERVICES 

Income From Departments 
Rent of Town Property 
Recycling Other Towns 
Town Office Reimbursement 



TOTAL 244755 243850 255082 255082 

MISCELLANEOUS REVENUE 

Interest on Deposits 
Recycling Center Sales 
Income From Trust Fund 
Sale of Town Property 
Workman's Comp Refund 
Property Liability Refund 

TOTAL 36500 74740 35000 



5000 


5994 


5000 


5000 


20000 


26365 


20000 


20000 


11500 


10388 
3800 

20916 
7277 


10000 


10000 



OTHER FINANCING SOURCES 

Income From Water Dept 21 7254 

Income From Sewer Dept 1 92000 

Withdraw From Capital Expend 

Withdraw From Capital Reserve 99000 



TOTAL 



508254 



213668 
193019 

99000 

505687 



217705 
191971 

10000 

419676 



217705 
191971 

10000 

419676 



TOTAL REVENUE 



1319471 



1457098 



1257677 



1257677 



TOTAL APPROPRIATIONS 

ESTIMATED REVENUE 

AMOUNT OF TAXES TO BE RAISED 



1975604 

1257677 

717927 



18 



form F-65(MS-5) 

IM7-92) 



STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE 

DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE ADMINISTRATION 

MUNICIPAL SERVICES DIVISION 




ANNUAL CITY/TOWN 

FINANCIAL REPORT 

R.S.A. CHAPTER 21 -J 



30 3 006 028 3 01 

WILTON TOWN 

CHR BD SELECTMEN 

WILTON 



01 0003122 



NH 03086 



(Please correct any error In name, address, and ZIP Code) 



PLEASE 
RETURN 
COMPLETED 
FORM TO 



Stat* of New Hampshire 

Department of Revenue Administration 

Municipal Services Division 

PO Box 4S7 

Concord, NH 03302-0487 

Telephone: (603) 271-3397 



GENERAL FUND - Revenues and expenditures for the period - Specify p 
January 1, 1993 to December 31, 1993 



July 1, 199. 



OR 

to June 30, 199. 



A. REVENUES - Modifiod Accural 

1. Revenue from taxes 

a. Property taxes 



Account 
No. 

(a) 



3110 



Amount 
(b) 



$ 3,673,799.00 



T01 



b. Land use change taxes 



3120 



2,850.00 



T01 



c. Resident taxes 



3180 



24,940.00 



T01 



d. Yield taxes 



3185 



4,416.11 



U99 



a. Payments in lieu of taxes 



3186 



1,200.00 



T01 



f . Other taxes (Explain on separate schedule) 



3189 



T01 



g. Interest and penalties on delinquent taxes 



3190 



U9.lft9.Q2, 



TOTAL 



$ 3,826,394.13 



2. TOTAL revenue* for education purposes 

(This entry should be used by the few municipalities which 
have dependent schooal districts only) 




T99 



a. Business licenses and permits 



3210 



6,255.25 



T01 



b. Motor vehicle permit fees 



3220 



237,505.00 



T99 



c. Building permits 



3230 



5,509.98 



T99 



d. Other licenses, permits, and fees 



3290 



2,381.50 



TOTAL 



251,651.73 



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19 



fmSEUM GENERAL FUND -Modified Accrual (Continued) ~A 


A. REVENUES - Modified Accrual (Continued) 
4. Revenue from the federal government 

a, Housing and urban renewal (HUD) 


Account 
No. 

(a) 


Amount 
(b> 


3311 


BS0 
$ 


b. Environmental protection 


3312 


BjBS 


e. Other federal grants and reimbursements - Specify -g 


3319 


BBS 




in* 










• 


5. Revenue from the State of New Hampshire 

a. Shared revenue block grant 


3351 


C30 
$ 


171,350.66 




b. Highway block grant 


3353 


CM 


60,851.53 




c. Water pollution grants 


3354 


C91 


d. Housing and community development 


3355 


CSS 


a. State and federal forest land reimbursement 


3356 


C89 


402.45 




f. Flood control reimbursement 


3357 


C89 


g. Other state grants and reimbursements - Specify -p 

Railroad 


3359 


C 


116.17 




h TOT A 1 *- 




$ 


232,720.81 






*j^** $&* 


6. Revenue from other government* 
Intergovernmental revenue - Other 


3379 


D 
$ 


7. Revenue from charges for services 
(Exclude interfund transfers) 
a. Income from departments 


3401 


A89 
$ 


77,559.36 




b. Water supply system charges 


3402 


A91 


255,389.61 




c. Sewer user charges 


3403 


MB 


204,210.40 




d. Garbage-refuse charges 


3404 


MB1 


211.441.22 




e. Other charges 


3409 


M9 




m^nm $ 


748.600.59 






Remarks 






K>RM F-eWMS-SI ra-r-Ki 



20 



GENERAL FUND - Modified Accrual (Continued) 



A. REVENUES - Modified Accrual (Continued) 
8. Revenue from miscellaneous sources 

e. Special assessments 



Account 
No. 

(a) 



3500 



Amount 
(b) 



uoi 
$ 



b. Sate of municipal property 



3501 



3,799.99 



U20 



c. Interest on investments 



3502 



5,993.53 



U40 



d. Rents of property 



3503 



1,200.00 



U99 



». Fines and forfeits 



3504 



U99 



f. Insurance dividends and reimbursements 



3506 



28,193.48 



U99 



g. Contributions and donations 



3508 



TAN 
h. Other miscellaneous sources not otherwise classified 



3509 



1,600,000.00 



i. TOTAL 



1,639,187.00 



9. Interf und operating transfers in 

a. Transfers from special revenue fund 



3912 



b. Transfers from capital projects fund 



3913 



c. Transfers from proprietary funds 



3914 



d. Transfers from capital reserve fund 



3915 



99,000.00 



e. Transfers from trust and agency funds 



3916 



10,388.02 



f. TOTAL 






mq.sfift.n? 



10. Other financial sources 

e. Proceeds from long-term notes and 
general obligation bonds 



3934 



b. Proceeds from all other bonds 



3935 



c. Other long-term financial sources 



3939 



TOTAL 



11. TOTAL REVENUES FROM ALL SOURCES 



^_ 



6,807,942.28 



12. FUND BALANCE (Beginning of year) 






397,095.18 



13. TOTAL OF LINES 11 AND 12 






7,205,037.46 



Remarks 



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FORM F-65IMS-S) (S-27-92) 



21 



MtEBMM GENERAL FUND - Modified Accrual (Continued) 




\ 


B. EXPENDmjRES - Modified Accrual 
1. General government 

a. Executive 


Account 
No. 

(a) 


Total 
expenditure 

(b) 


Equipment and 
land purchases 

(c) 


Construction 


4130 


E29 

$ 100,485.84 


G29 
$ 


F29 
$ 


b. Election, registration and vital statistics 


4140 


E89 

1,029.67 


G89 


F89 


c. Financial administration 


4150 


E23 


G23 


F23 


d. Revaluation of property 


4152 


E23 


G23 


F23 


e. Legal expense 


4153 


E25 

5,255.70 


G2S 


F25 


ff. Personnel administration 


4155 


E29 


G29 


F29 


g. Planning and zoning 


4191 


E29 

8,228.31 


G29 


F29 


h. General government building 


4194 


E31 

17.952.21 


G31 


F31 


1. Cemeteries 


4195 


E89 

14,503.84 


G89 


F89 


). Insurance not otherwise allocated 


4196 


E89 

98,380.35 


G89 


F89 


k. Advertising and regional association 


4197 


E89 


G89 


F89 


1. Other general government 


4199 


E89 

108,786.27 


G89 


F89 






$ 354,622.19 


$ 


$ 




2. Public safety 

a. Police 


4210 


E62 

$ 247,416.36 


G62 
$ 


F62 
$ 


b. Ambulance 


4215 


E32 

36,369.00 


G32 


F32 


c. Fire 


4220 


E24 

46,482.50 


G24 


F24 


d. Building inspection 


4240 


E66 

11,164.19 


G66 


F66 


a. Emergency management 


4290 


eh 


689 


FB9 


f. Other public safety 


4299 


E89 


GB9 


F89 






$ 341,432.05 


$ 


$ 




3. Highways and streets 

a. Administration 


4311 


$ 


$ 


$ 


b. Highways and streets 


4312 


306,499.50 






c. Bridges 


4313 








d. Street lighting 


4316 


19,666.04 






a. Other highway, streets, and bridges 


4319 










nn 


E44 

$326,165.54 


G44 


F44 
$ 




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I ITEM 4 












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22 



GENERAL FUND - Modified Accrual (Continued) 



B. EXPENDITURES - Modified Accrual (Continued) 
4. Sanitation 

a. Administration 



b. Solid waste collection 



Account 
No. 

(a) 



4321 



4323 



Total 
expenditure 

(b) 



E80 
$ 



E81 



Equipment and 
land purchases 

(0 



Geo 
$ 



G81 



Construction 



(d) 



F80 
$ 



F81 



E81 



c. Solid waste disposal 



4324 



259.", 190. 56 



G81 



F81 



E81 



G81 



d. Solid waste clean-up 



4325 



E80 



i. Sewage collection and disposal 



4326 



193,018.86 



Geo 



F80 



E80 



G80 



f. Other sanitation 



4329 



F80 



TOTAL 



$ 452,209.42 



B. Water distribution and treatment 

a. Administration 



4331 



b. Water services 



4332 



213,668.32 



c. Water treatment 



4335 



d. Water conservation 



4338 



a. Other water 



4339 



TOTAL 



E91 

$ 213,668.32 



G91 
$ 



F91 
$ 



B. Health 

a. Administration 



4411 



317.00 



b. Pest control 



4414 



995.89 



c. Health agencies and hospitals 



4415 



17,164.00 



d. Other health 



4419 



TOTAL 



7. TOTAL expenditures for education purposes 

(This entry should be used by the few 
municipalities which have dependent 
school districts only) 

8. Welfare 

a. Administration 



b. Direct assistance 



c. Intergovernmental welfare payments 



d. Vendor payments 



Other welfare 



TOTAL 



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23 



GENERAL FUND - Modified Accrual (Continued) 



B. EXPENDITURES - Modified Accrual (Continued) 
9. Culture end recreation 

e. Parks and recreation 



Account 
No. 

(a) 



4520 



Total 
expenditure 

(b) 



E61 

$. 9081.1 



Equipment and 
land purchases 

(c) 



GS1 
$ 



Construction 
jd) 



F61 
$ 



E52 



b. Library 



4550 



67,852.00 



FS2 



E61 



G61 



c. Patriotic purposes 



4583 



750.00 



F61 



E61 



G61 



d. Other culture and recreation 



4589 



F61 



TOTAL 



$ 77, 683. 1 



10. Conservation 

a. Administration 



4611 



150.00 



b. Purchase of natural resources 



4612 



c. Other conservation 



4619 



TOTAL 






E59 

$ 150.00 



G59 
$ 



F59 
$ 



1 1 . Redevelopment end housing 

a. Administration 



4631 



b. Redevelopment and housing 



4632 



TOTAL 



S 



E50 
$ 



GSO 
$ 



F50 
$ 



12. Economic development 

a. Administration 



4651 



b. Economic development 



4652 



c. Other economic development 



4659 



d. TOTAL 



E89 
$ 



G89 
$ 



FB9 
$ 



13. Debt service 

e. Principal long term bonds and notes 



4711 



$ 32,180.00 



189 



b. Interest on long term bonds and notes 



4721 



18,000.00 



c. Interest on tax and revenue anticipation notes 



4723 



19,541.67 



d. Other debt service charges 



4790 



E23 

1,600,000.00 



TOTAL 



$1,669,721.67 



14. Capital outlay 

a. Land and improvements 



4901 



$ 172,169.85 



* 172,169.85 



b. Machinery, vehicles, and equipment 



4902 



c. Buildings 



4903 



d. Improvements other than buildings 



4909 



TOTAL 



$ 172,169.85 j 172,169.85 



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FOAM F-8WMS-5) U-27-SZI 



24 



GENERAL FUND - Modified Accrual (Continued) 



B. EXPENDITURES - Modified Accrual (Continued) 
IB. Interfund operating transfers out 

e. Transfers to special revenue funds 



Account 
No. 

(a) 



4912 



Total 
expenditure 

lb) 



Equipment and 
land purchases 

(c) 



Construction 
Idl 



b. Transfers to capital projects funds 



4913 



e. Transfers to proprietary funds 



4914 



d. Transfers to capital reserve funds 



4915 



5,000.00 



e. Transfers to trust and agency funds 



4916 



f. TOTAL 



5000.00 



16. Payments to other governments 

e. Taxes paid to county 



4931 



* 366.621.00, 



b. Taxes paid to precincts/village districts 



4932 



c. Taxes paid to school districts 



4933 



2, 690, 212. QQ 



d. Payments to other governments 



4939 



TOTAL 






>3,nsfi,fi33 nn 



17. TOTAL EXPENDITURES 



?m 



$6,700,811.34 



18. FUND BALANCE (End of year) 



$ 504,226.12 



18. TOTAL OF LINES 17 AND 18 



SMI 



7,205,037.46 



C. RECONCILIATION OF SCHOOL DISTRICT LIABILITY 

1. School district liability et the beginning of 
the municipality's year 



Amount 



1,207,600.00 



2. ADD: School district i 
current year 



iment for their 



2,690,212.00 



3. TOTAL LIABILITY WITHIN CURRENT YEAR 

(Sum of line* 1 and Z) 



3,897,812.00 



4. SUBTRACT: Payment* made to school 
district within the municipality's year 



$ ( 



2,615,232.00 



8. School district liability et the end of the 
municipality'a year (Sum of line 3 minus line 41 



1,282,580.00 



D. RECONCILIATION OF TAX ANTICIPATION NOTES 

1. Short-term fTAN's) debt outstanding at 
beginning of fiscal yeer 



61V 
$ 



2. ADD: New iaauea during current yeer 



1,600,000.00 



3. SUBTRACT: Iaauea retired during current year 



$ ( 



1,600,000.00 



4. Short-term (TAN'a) debt outstanding at and 
of fiscal year (Sum of line* 1 and 2 minus line 3) 



64V 
$ 



Remarks 



FORM F-«<MS-5> (8 27-921 



25 



GENERAL FUND BALANCE SHEET - P, ease speci fy tb6 period ? 



As of December 31, 199 3 OR June 30, 


199 




A. ASSETS 

1. Current aaaets 

a. Casli and equivalents 


Account 
No. 

(a) 


Beginning of year 
(b| 


End of year 
lb) 


1010 


$ 


558,097.86 


$ 1,167,809.01 


b. Investments C/R 


1030 


278,490.32 


174,517.93 


e. Taxes receivable 


1080 


622,924.97 


545,215.89 


d. Tax Hens receivable 


1110 


369,792.91 


256,762.82 


•. Accounts receivable 


1150 


64,489.21 


69,868.70 


f. Due from other governments 


1260 


29,966.51 




g. Due from other funds Sewer 


1310 


17,680.81 


6,489.27 


h. Other current assets 


1400 


55,215.78 
35,985.50 








$ 


2,032,643.87 


* 2,220.663.62 




B. LIABILITIES AND fUNO EQUITY 
1. Current liabilities 

a. Warrants and accounts payable 


2020 


* 


434.39 


% (351.70) 


b. Compensated absences payable 


2030 


278,495.19 




e. Contracts payable Water Offset 


2050 


55,215.78 


56,846.90 


d. Due to other governments Water 


2070 


47,741.16 


89,462.45 


a. Due to school districts 


2075 


1,207,600.00 


1,282,580.00 


f. Due to other funds 


2080 






a. Deferred revenue 

h. Notes payable - Current 


2220 






2230 






1. Bonds payable - Current 


2250 






|. Other payables 


2270 


46,062.17 


2"Wb4.U3T_ai 
890.73 Es 




y*H 


$ 


1,635,548.69 


$ 1,455,682.41 


H. TUT AL UABILIIIcS w 


2. Fund equity 

a. Reserve for encumbrances C/R 


2440 


$ 


t 198,815.09 


b. Reserve for special purposes Tanker 


2490 




61,940.00 


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OR 

June 30, 199 

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bonds (Please also list total 
original obligation) 


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form F-anMS-n (t-n-si) 



J3SEM SUPPLEMENTAL INFORMATION WORKSHEET 



The data requested below should be included in parts l-V. By supplying this information you will not 
be asked to complete Census Bureau forms F21 or F22. 



A. ALL FUNDS (ADDITIONAL) 

Revenue 

Parks and recreation 



Account 
No. 

(a) 



3409 



TOTAL 
(b) 



A61 



Equipment and 

land 

(0 



PPPfiiijiPlPII^ 



jjjlllBllli 



Construction 
(d) 



w^wwrn^- 



Parking 



3409 



A60 




fe'W*': 




Electric power system 



A92 



BBSs 



Transit or bus system 



A94 



Expenditure 

Vital statistics 



E32 



G32 



F32 



4140 



Other hospitals - payments to 
hospitals operated privately 



E38 



G38 



F38 



4415 



Money paid directly to needy 
persons not covered by Federal 
programs (general relief, home 
relief, poor relief, etc.) 



E68 



4442 



12,678.53 




Electric power system 



E92 



G92 



F92 



Transit or bus system 



E94 



G94 



F94 



B. INTERGOVERNMENTAL EXPENDITURES 

Report payments made to the State or other local governments on reimbursement or 
cost-sharing basis. Do not include these expenditures in part IV. 



Purpose 
(a) 



Account 
No. 

(b) 



Amount paid to other 
local governments 

(c) 



Schools 



M12 



Sewers 



M80 



All other - County 



4931 



M89 



366,621,00 



All other - Towns 



4199 



M89 



2,615,232.00 



Purpose 
(a) 



Account 
No. 

(b) 



Amount paid to the State 
(0 



Highways 



4319 



144 



All other purposes 



4199 



189 



C. DEBT OUTSTANDING, ISSUED, AND RETIRED 



Long-term debt 
purpose 

(a) 



Bonds outstanding 

at the beginning of 

this fiscal year 

(b) 



Bonds during this fiscal year 



Issued 
(c) 



Retired 
(d) 



Outstanding at the end of this 
fiscal year 



General obligations 
(a) 



Revenue bonds 
(f) 



Water-sewer utility 



19A 



29A 



39A 



41A 



Industrial revenue 



19T 



24T 



34T 



44T 



All other debt 



19X 



29X 



39X 



41X 



44X 



Education 



19H 



29F 



39F 



41F 



44F 






Interest on water 
debt 



..'-f.. w-ryv- 



Remarks 



FOAM F-eS<MS-6> W-27-92) 



29 



DETAILED STATEMENT OF PAYMENTS 



TOWN OFFICERS 
APPROPRIATION 

Salary - Secretary 
Salary - Town Clerk/Tax Collector 
Salary - Clerical 
Vacations - Holidays 
Audit 

Advertising, Notices 
Appraisal 
Conventions 
Contracted Services 
Computer Support 
Dues - Subscriptions 
Equipment - New 
Insurance 
Postage 
Printing 
Recording Fee 
Service Contract 
Sick Pay 

Repairs Equipment 
Supplies 
Telephone 
Town Report 
Travel 
TOTAL 



' EXPENSES 
$96,207.00 

$22,924.25 

24,080.45 

10,829.81 

4,563.75 

2,000.00 

239.60 

7,500.00 

803.70 

1,894.75 

1 ,550.00 

1,591.77 

3,547.74 

1,169.00 

2,646.52 

56.75 

1,422.75 

2,053.83 

956.05 

91.38 

3,367.88 

1,645.16 

1,116.00 

134.70 

$96,185.84 



TOWN OFFICERS' 
APPROPRIATION 

Treasurer - Barry Greene 
Overseer of Welfare - Charles McGettigan 
Trustee Trust Funds - John Hutchinson 
Selectmen - Richard D. Greeley 
Selectmen - Stuart S. Draper 
Selectmen - Jerry W. Greene 
TOTAL 



SALARIES 
$4,300.00 

$ 500.00 

300.00 

300.00 

1,200.00 

1,000.00 

1,000.00 



$4,300.00 



ELECTION AND REGISTRATION EXPENSES 
APPROPRIATION $1,950.00 

Moderator $ 57.50 

Supervisors - Checklist 445.00 

Ballot Clerks - Counters 220.00 

Advertising, Notices 46.80 

Checklist Computer Printing 143.75 

Lunches 62.29 

Supplies 54.33 

TOTAL $1 ,029.67 



30 



DAMAGES AND LEGAL EXPENSES 
APPROPRIATION $7,500.00 

Legal Expense $5,255.70 

TOTAL $5,255.70 

CEMETERIES 
APPROPRIATION $12,640.00 

Labor - Part Time $790.38 

Labor - Highway 707.99 

Holiday Pay 215.66 

Laurel Hill 5,135.07 

Mt. Calvary 2,264.17 

South Yard 1 ,665.43 

Vale End 1 ,970.57 

Advertising 12.75 

Gasoline " 296.11 

Miscellaneous 5.00 

Repairs - Equipment 85.40 

Supplies 1,125.31 

Water Charge 230.00 

TOTAL $14,503.84 

PLANNING BOARD 
APPROPRIATION $11,770.00 

Salary - Secretary $ 1 ,365.75 

Labor- Clerical 191.25 

Advertising, Notices 615.00 

Dues, Subscriptions 2,028.00 

NRPC 3,026.50 

Postage 182.82 

Supplies 18.27 

TOTAL $7,427.59 

ZONING BOARD 

APPROPRIATION $1,620.00 

Labor - Clerical 443.00 

Advertising 150.90 

Contracted Services 30.00 

Dues, Subscription 80.00 

Postage 96.82 

TOTAL 800.72 

TOWN HALL BUILDING EXPENSES 
APPROPRIATION $28,640.00 

Labor $ 374.49 

Labor - Highway 34.82 

Contracted Services 180.00 

Electricity 6,930.50 

Heating Fuel 2,931.30 

31 



Janitorial 3,110.50 

Repairs - Equipment 60.00 

Repairs - Building 1 ,949.02 

Sewer Use Charge 920.00 

Supplies 311.58 

Water 1,150.00 

TOTAL 17,952.21 

UNEMPLOYMENT 
APPROPRIATION $2,500.00 

Unemployment Fund $2,024.30 

TOTAL $2,024.30 



EMPLOYEE'S RETIREMENT AND SOCIAL SECURITY 
APPROPRIATION $28,854.00 

Social Security $28,864.05 

TOTAL $28,864.05 

PUBLIC LIABILITY INSURANCE 
APPROPRIATION $40,000.00 

Insurance $30,926.00 

TOTAL $30,926.00 

WORKERS COMP. INSURANCE 
APPROPRIATION $500.00 

NH Workers Comp. $0.00 

TOTAL $0.00 

EMPLOYEE INSURANCE 
APPROPRIATION $39,526.00 

MTHP $17,135.04 

Blue Cross 13,374.27 

Dental 2,661.12 

Long Term Disability 3,420.84 

Short Term Disability 2,188.80 

Life 298.80 

Closing Entry (488.57) 

TOTAL 38,590.30 

POLICE DEPARTMENT 
APPROPRIATION $199,601.00 

Salary - Secretary $1 4,565. 1 

Chief Salary 35,270.34 

Salary - Regular Officers 103,121.96 

Salary - Specials Regular 10,552.99 

Salary - Specials Private 13,938.46 

Salary - Court Duty & Part Time 1 ,840.1 4 

Sick Pay 517.60 

32 



Training 2,985.63 

Holiday Pay 5,838.00 

Vacation 8,550.86 

Advertising 65.20 

Breathalyzer Test 400.47 

1993 Ford Cruiser 433.58 

1991 Ford Cruiser 1,776.17 

1 989 Chevy Cruiser 1 95.65 

Dues, Subscriptions 200.00 

Equipment - New 77.00 

Equipment Rental 408.00 

Film & Development 208.70 

Gasoline 6,129.69 

Motor Oils and Grease 45.1 

Postage 278.91 

Radio Repairs 676.25 

Repairs - Building 348.1 2 

Repairs - Equipment 292.37 

Supplies 2,437.50 

Telephone 2,280.70 

Tires 1 ,003.85 

Travel 110.64 

Uniforms 1,024.88 

Uniform Cleaning 619.90 

TOTAL $216,193.76 

Police Federal Grant 

Expended $1 ,302.00 

COMMUNICATIONS 
APPROPRIATION $29,994.00 

Communications $ 7,029.61 

Milford Area Communications 21 ,088.80 

Telephone 1,802.19 

TOTAL $29,920.60 

AMBULANCE 
APPROPRIATION $26,244.00 

$26,244.00 



WLVARA 






$26,244.00 


TOTAL 






i 




FIRE 


DEPARTMENT 


APP 


$47,150.00 


Reimbursement 






$16,416.00 


Labor - Part time 






94.50 


Labor - Clerical 






1 ,568.40 


Labor - Forest Fires 






834.34 


Air Pack Maintenance 






739.29 


Brush Fires 






17.00 



33 



Diesel Fuel 




604.77 


Dues, Subscriptions 




250.00 


Electricity 




1 ,440.54 


Fire Prevention 




356.00 


Food 




99.05 


Gasoline 




1,621.57 


Heating Fuel 




1,158.99 


Insurance 




385.00 


Medical 




192.00 


Miscellaneous 




54.36 


Janitorial 




2,000.00 


Postage 




10.57 


Radio Repairs 




1 ,885.90 


Repairs - Equipment 




4,383.42 


Repairs - Building 




2,201.63 


Sewer Tax 




230.00 


Supplies 




1 ,033.72 


Telephone 




370.85 


Training 




980.00 


Travel 




83.36 


Uniform Cleaning 




65.50 


Vehicle Maintenance 




6,945.74 


Water Charge 




460.00 


TOTAL 




$46,482.50 




BUILDING 


INSPECTOR 




APPROPRIATION $11,157.00 


Salary 




$9,705.00 


Conventions 




5.00 


Dues, Subscriptions 




22.50 


Supplies 




573.49 


Travel 




858.20 


TOTAL 




$11,164.19 




EMERGENCY 


MANAGEMENT 




APPROPRIATION $200.00 


Expended 




$0.00 


TOTAL 




$0.00 




HIGHWAY MAINTENANCE 


AF 


Full Time 




$64,613.50 


Part Time 




18,105.16 


Labor - Shop 




18,293.41 


Labor - Supervisor 




6,549.71 


Sick 




1,672.31 


Holiday Pay 




4,529.51 


Vacation Pay 




6,762.18 


Asphalt 




16,340.64 



34 



Blades & Bolts 
Chains 

Contracted Services 
Culvert - Pipe 
Diesel Fuel 
Dues & Subscriptions 
Electricity 
Equipment - New 
Equipment - Rental 
Gasoline 
Hot Top Patch 
Motor Oils & Grease 
Radio - Repairs 
Repairs - Parts 
Repairs - Equipment 
Salt 

Sand, Gravel & Stone 
Supplies 
Telephone 
Tires 
Travel 

Water Service 
TOTAL 



1 ,820.57 

2,218.25 

9,700.63 

3,682.73 

5,815.12 

20.00 

825.00 

9,239.22 

300.00 

1 ,700.76 

2,228.79 

1 ,553.94 

106.25 

8,562.98 

3,655.51 

13,806.47 

15,348.00 

13,883.66 

538.69 

3,392.73 

91.95 

230.00 



$235,587.67 



HYDRANT RENTAL 
APPROPRIATION $21,600.00 

Wilton Water Department $20,700.00 



TOTAL 



$20,700.00 



HIGHWAY RESURFACING 
APPROPRIATION $50,450.00 



Labor Part Time 
Labor - Hwy. 
Asphalt 

Contracted Services 
Patch - Hot Top 
Sand, Gravel & Stone 
Supplies 
TOTAL 



$ 620.46 

5,174.95 

34,487.25 

240.00 

2,146.17 

7,145.00 

398.00 



$50,211.83 



Labor - Supervisor 
Labor - Full Time 
Labor - Part Time 
Labor - Highway 
Labor - Shop 
Training 
Holiday 



RECYCLE CENTER 
APPROPRIATION $271,197.00 

$18,383.18 

48,476.70 

21 ,828.69 

3,814.03 

182.86 

250.00 

2,626.40 



35 



Sick Pay 


1,816.83 


Vacation 


2,165.20 


Administrative Fee 


3,000.00 


Advertising, Notices 


120.21 


Ash Testing 


2,685.00 


Ash Removal 


13,086.98 


Contracted Services 


795.90 


Diesel Fuel 


938.22 


Dues, Subscriptions 


585.89 


Dumpster Hauling 


57,581.76 


Electricity 


5,849.59 


Equipment - Rental 


60.00 


Heating Fuel 


19,006.40 


Insurance 


4,084.00 


Miscellaneous 


1.50 


Motor Oils & Grease 


204.41 


Permits 


935.00 


Printing 


100.78 


Repair - Parts 


18.27 


Repair - Building 


1,248.94 


Repairs - Equipment 


3,438.70 


Repairs - Incinerator 


7,784.12 


Repairs - New Bobcat 


1 ,995.43 


Repairs - Old Bobcat 


855.02 


Refrigerators 


636.00 


State Unemployment Tax 


324.80 


Supplies 


1,211.44 


Telephone 


500.34 


Ties 


1,234.04 


Tires Removal 


2,845.00 


Toxic Material Removal 


10,000.00 


Travel 


8.00 


Water Service 


230.00 


Fica 


7,595.95 


Matthew Thornton 


8,567.52 


Dental 


829.44 


Short Term Disability 


490.45 


Long Term Disability 


711.17 


Life Insurance 


86.40 


TOTAL 


$259,190.56 


MUNICIPAL SEWER 


DEPARTMENT 


APPROPRIATION 


$192,000.00 


Labor - Part Time 


$ 990.14 


Labor - Highway 


1,741.87 


Labor - Pump Station 


3,732.81 


Labor - Commissioners Salary 


900.00 


Labor - Shop 


55.28 


Abatements 


2,072.00 



36 



Administrative 2,500.00 

Communications 888.00 

Contracted Services 285.00 

Electricity 4,537.66 

Equipment - New 977.30 

Hot Top - Patch 208.52 

Insurance 1 ,763.00 

Interest Expense 38,376.00 

Postage 79.07 

Principal Payment 19,680.00 

Refunds 1 1 5.00 

Repairs - Equipment 225.00 

Repairs - Parts 606.06 

Sewer Use Charge 1 1 2,248.00 

Supplies 1,023.99 

Telephone 14.16 

TOTAL $193,018.86 

MUNICIPAL WATER DEPARTMENT 
APPROPRIATION $217,254.00 

Labor - Part Time $ 1,650.95 

Labor - Highway 17,780.77 

Labor - Pump Station 1 ,360. 1 9 

Labor - Supervisor 133.63 

Labor - Clerical 283.50 

Labor - Commissioners Salary 1 ,800.00 

Labor - Flush Hydrants 1 ,334.00 

Administrative 2,500.00 

Abatements 230.00 

Advertising 134.80 

Chemicals 2,284.92 

Communications 684.00 

Contracted Services 20,536.63 

Dam Registration 100.00 

Diesel Fuel 21.70 

Dues & Subscriptions 134.00 

Electricity 1 1 ,928.87 

Equipment - Rental 597.50 

Gasoline 149.73 

Hot Top Patch 1 ,659.06 

Insurance 1 ,951 .00 

Interest Expense 50,603.45 

Land Acquisition 1 ,000.00 

Legal Expense 1,342.59 

Overhead 9,590.00 

Permits 15.00 

Postage 107.99 

Principal Payment 50,000.00 



37 



Rental 


750.00 




Repairs - Equipment 


2,020.83 




Sand, Gravel & Stone 


676.00 




Supplies 


27,082.14 




Testing 


1,205.00 




Telephone 


6.37 




Training 


1,976.00 




Travel 


37.70 




TOTAL 


$213,668.32 




STREET LIGHTING 




AP " ■" 


Public Service Co. 


$19,666.04 




TOTAL 




$19,666.04 


HEALTH OFFICER AND MEDICAL 


COMM. 




APPROPRIATION $565.00 




Health Officer 


$ 300.00 




Travel 


17.00 




TOTAL 


ANIMAL CONTROL 
APPROPRIATION $710.00 


$317.00 


Dog Care 


$637.00 




Dog Tax 


162.50 




Supplies 


196.39 




TOTAL 




$995.89 



ST. JOSEPH'S SERVICES - HOMEBOUND 
APPROPRIATION $1,105.00 

St. Joseph's Service $840.00 

TOTAL $840.00 

VISITING NURSES 
APPROPRIATION $7,000.00 

Home Health Services $7,000.00 

TOTAL $7,000.00 

MENTAL HEALTH 
APPROPRIATION $2,000.00 

Monadnock Family Mental Health $2,000.00 

TOTAL $2,000.00 

WELFARE 
APPROPRIATION $15,000.00 

Dues & Subscriptions $ 10.00 

Electricity 2,083.37 

Food 697.47 

Heating Fuel 319.01 

38 



Medical 849.87 

Rental 8,718.81 

TOTAL $12,678.53 

MILFORD REGIONAL COUNSELING 
APPROPRIATION $1,000.00 

Support $$1 ,000.00 

TOTAL $1 ,000.00 

REGIONAL FAMILY HEALTH 
APPROPRIATION $1,324.00 

Regional Family Health $1 ,324.00 

TOTAL $1 ,324.00 

CHILD & FAMILY SERVICES 
APPROPRIATION $5,000.00 

Support $5,000.00 

TOTAL $5,000.00 

PARKS & RECREATION 

APPROPRIATION $1,400.00 

Labor - Part Time $573.60 

Labor- Highway 137.28 

Labor - Laurel Hill 84.00 

Sand, Gravel & Stone 203.00 

TOTAL $997.88 

LIBRARY 
APPROPRIATION $61,852.00 

Wilton Public Library $61 ,852.00 

TOTAL $61,852.00 

GOSS PARK 
APPROPRIATION $8,084.00 

Youth Center $8,084.00 

TOTAL $8,084.00 

MEMORIAL DAY 
APPROPRIATION $750.00 

Bent Burke Post #1 $750.00 

TOTAL $750.00 

CONTINGENCY FUND 
APPROPRIATION $5,000.00 

Expended $4,500.00 

TOTAL $4,500.00 



39 



INTEREST - RECYCLING CENTER BOND 
APPROPRIATION $18,000.00 

Interest Expense $1 0,500.00 

Capital Reserve Fund 7,500.00 

TOTAL $18,000.00 

CONSERVATION COMMISSION 
APPROPRIATION $700.00 

Dues, Subscriptions $150.00 

TOTAL $150.00 

PRINCIPAL - RECYCLING CENTER BOND 
APPROPRIATION $12,500.00 
U.S. Dept. of Agriculture $1 2,500.00 

TOTAL $12,500.00 

PRINCIPAL - SEWER BOND - LOCAL 
APPROPRIATION $19,680.00 

Connecticut National Bank $19,680.00 

TOTAL $19,680.00 

INTEREST ON TEMPORARY LOANS 
APPROPRIATION $45,000.00 

Interest Expense $1 9,541 .67 

TOTAL $19,541.67 

WATER HOLES CAPITAL EXPENSE 
APPROPRIATION $1,000.00 

Carry Over $0.00 

Dam Registration 0.00 

TOTAL $0.00 

FIRE DEPARTMENT OTHER EQUIPMENT CAPITAL EXPENSE 

APPROPRIATION $5,010.00 

Equipment - new $0.00 

TOTAL $0.00 

FIRE DEPARTMENT TANKER CAPITAL RESERVE 
APPROPRIATION $140,000.00 

Carryover $61,940.00 

Tanker 2 20,655.00 

Equipment - New 57,405.00 

TOTAL $140,000.00 

FIRE DEPARTMENT CAPITAL OUTLAY 
APPROPRIATION $11,010.00 

Equipment $2,526.00 

Repairs - Building 5,918.00 



40 



Supplies 2,137.85 

TOTAL $10,581.85 

POLICE EQUIPMENT CAPITAL OUTLAY 
APPROPRIATION $6,700.00 

Capital Reserve Fund $4,130.00 

Supplies 2,570.00 

TOTAL $6,700.00 

POLICE CRUISER CAPITAL RESERVE 
APPROPRIATION $15,000.00 

Capita! Reserve Fund $14,888.00 

TOTAL $14,888.00 

AMBULANCE 
APPROPRIATION $10,125.00 

Labor - Full Time $2,724.00 

Support 7,401 .00 

TOTAL 10,125.00 

CAPITAL RESERVE AMBULANCE 
APPROPRIATION $5,000.00 

Capital Reserve Fund $5,000.00 

TOTAL $5,000.00 



TOTAL PAYMENTS $1 ,935,71 6.47 



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REPORT OF THE TRUSTEES OF THE TRUST FUNDS 

TOWN OF WILTON, NEW HAMPSHIRE 

DECEMBER 31, 1993 



BALANCE. December 31. 1992 


Principal 


Unexpended 
Income 


Balance 






477 Cemetery Lots 


$ 96,523.92 


$ 0.00 


$ 96,523.92 


Capital Reserve Funds 








Ambulance 


0.00 


1,095.68 


1 ,095.68 


Bridges 


0.00 


11,210.40 


11,210.40 


Fire Dept. / Tanker Equipment 


90,485.93 


1,481.46 


91 ,967.39 


Highway Equipment 


45,258.24 


18,227.80 


63,486.04 


Land Acquisition / 








Conservation Purposes 


25,000.00 


1 ,602.39 


26,602.39 


Police Equipment 


8,000.00 


1,593.76 


9,593.76 


Recycling Center 


41 ,250.00 


8,118.01 


49,368.01 


Wilton-Lyndeborough Co-op. 








Buildings & Equipment 


43,073.00 


15,955.79 


59,028.79 


Wilton Water Commission / 








Lordan Land Acquisition 


882.53 


44.13 


926.66 


Roland R. Cooley Fund 


10,000.00 


20,486.67 


30,486.67 


CR Myer, Jr.-JK Whiting Jr. Mem. Fund 6,000.00 


858.59 


6,858.59 


School Funds 








Isaac Spalding Fund 


10,260.00 


0.00 


10,260.00 


Hattie Livesey Fund 


8,139.03 


0.00 


8,139.03 


Hannah Howard Fund 


1 ,430.00 


0.00 


1 ,430.00 


S. Archibald Smith Prize Fund 


1-000.00 


30.43 


1-030.43 




$387,302.65 


$60705,11 


$468,007.76 



RECEIPTS . January 1 , 1993 through December 31 , 1993 



PrinciDal 




Cemetery Lots 




Valeri McLeod 


$300.00 


Michael Hannigan 


600.00 


James J. McGettigan 


400.00 


Amy G. Felch Est. (Tarbell- 




Foster lot) 


500.00 


Amy G. Felch Est. (Chas. 




Tarbell lot) 


500,00 


Capital Reserve Funds 




Ambulance 


$5,000.00 


Recycling Center 


7.500.00 



$2,300.00 

12.500.00 14,800.00 



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Income 








School Funds 








Isaac Spalding Fund 


$ 910.63 






Hattie Livesey Fund 


1,571.15 






Hannah Howard Fund 


534.23 


$3,016.01 




S. Archibald Smith Prize Fund 




49.09 




Roland R. Cooley Fund 




877.65 




C. R. Myer, Jr. - J. K. Whiting, 








Jr. Memorial Fund 




167.00 




Capital Reserve Funds 








Ambulance 


$ 34.46 






Bridges 


288.11 






Fire Department / Tanker Equip. 


2,293.05 






Highway Equipment 


1,796.60 






Land Acquisition / 








Conservation Purposes 


747.18 






Police Equipment 


181.43 






Recycling Center 


1 ,407.00 






Wilton Water Commission / 








Lorden Land Acquisition 


19.77 






Wilton-Lyndeborough Co-op. 








Building & Equipment 


1,692.20. 


8,429.80 




Cemetery Funds 








Dora B. Bearisto 


$ 17.60 






All Other Cemetery Income 


10.461.92 


10.479.52 


23.019,07 


TOTAL AVAILABLE FUNDS 






$505,826.83 


DISBURSEMENTS. January 1. 1993throuah December 31. 1993 


Wilton School District 




$ 3,016.01 




S. A. Smith Prize Fund (Margaret Thomas) 


50.73 




Capital Reserve Funds 








Fire Department / Tanker 








Equipment 


$90,000.00 






Police Equipment 


9,000.00 






Wilton-Lyndeborough Co-op 








Building & Equipment 


1.400.00 


100,400.00 




Cemetery Funds 








Safe Deposit Box Rent 


$ 45.00 






Rodney C. Woodman, Inc. 


46.50 






Town of Wilton 


10,359-02 


10.479.52 


113.946.26 


BALANCE. December 31, 1993 






$391,880.57 



4 3 



Principal 


Unexpended 
Income 


Balance 


$ 98,823.92 


$ 0.00 


$ 98,823.92 


5,000.00 
0.00 


1,130.14 
11,498.51 


6,130.14 
11,498.51 


485.93 
45,258.24 


3,774.51 
20,024.40 


4,260.44 
65,282.64 


25,000.00 

0.00 

48,750.00 


2,349.57 

775.19 

9,525.01 


27,349.57 

775.19 

58,275.01 


41 ,673.00 


17,617.99 


59,290.99 


882.53 
10,000.00 


63.90 
21 ,364.32 


946.43 
31 ,364.32 


6,000.00 


1 ,025.59 


7,025.59 


10,260.00 

8,139.03 

1 ,430.00 

1.000.00 

$302,702.65 


0.00 

0.00 

0.00 

28.79 

$89,177.92 


10,260.00 

8,139.03 

1 ,430.00 

1.028.79 

$391,880.57 



482 Cemetery Lots 
Capital Reserve Funds 

Ambulance 

Bridges 

Fire Department / 
Tanker Equipment 

Highway Equipment 

Land Acquisition / 

Conservation Purposes 

Police Equipment 

Recycling Center 

Wilton-Lyndeborough Co-op. 
Buildings & Equipment 

Wilton Water Commission / 
Lorden Land Acquisition 
Roland R. Cooley Fund 
C. R. Myer, Jr. - John K. Whiting Jr. 

Memorial Fund 
School Funds 

Isaac Spalding School Fund 

Hattie Livesey School Fund 

Hannah Howard School Fund 
S. Archibald Smith Prize Fund 
BALANCE . December 31 , 1993 



STATEMENT OF INVESTMENTS OF TRUST FUNDS 

TOWN OF WILTON, NEW HAMPSHIRE 

DECEMBER 31, 1993 

Cash on Hand, December 31, 1993 $ 27,042.30 

Common Fund 

Certificate of Deposit, Fleet Bank-NH 7,000.00 

Certificate of Deposit, Fleet Bank-NH 23,000.00 

$5,000 U. S. Government "H" Bond 5,000.00 

5,915.197 shares The Alliance Fund 1,638.36 

897.666 shares Eaton Vance Investors Fund 2,367.33 

8,489.881 shares Fidelity Puritan Fund 25,007.04 

6,266.898 shares Seligman Common Stock Fund 7,717.68 

Dora B. Bearisto Fund 

8 shares New England Electric System 80.00 

Capital Reserve Funds 

Money Market Account, Fleet Bank-NH - Ambulance 6,130.14 



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Money Market Account, Fleet Bank-NH - Bridges 1 1 ,498.51 
Money Market Account, Fleet Bank-NH - Fire Dept/Tanker Equip 4,260.44 

Money Market Account, Fleet Bank-NH - Highway Equipment 65,282.64 
Money Market Account, Fleet Bank-NH - Land Acquisition 

for Conservation Purposes 27,349.57 

Regular Savings Account, Fleet Bank-NH - Police Equipment 775.19 

Money Market Account, Fleet Bank-NH - Recycling Center 58,275.01 
Money Market Account, Fleet Bank-NH - Wilton-Lyndeborough 

Co-op. Buildings & Equipment 59,290.99 
Money Market Account, Fleet Bank-NH - Wilton Water Comm / 

Lorden Land Acquisition 946.43 

Roland R. Cooley Fund 

Certificate of Deposit, Fleet Bank-NH 10,000.00 

Money Market Account, Fleet Bank-NH 21 ,364.32 

C. Randolph Myer, Jr. - John K. Whiting, Jr. Memorial Fund 

Money Market Account, Fleet Bank-NH 7,025.59 

School Funds 

Certificate of Deposit, Fleet Bank-NH - 1. Spalding Fund 3,700.00 
$5,000 Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe RR Co. Bond - 

I. Spalding Fund 5,000.00 

Certificate of Deposit, Fleet Bank-NH - H. Livesey Fund 2,949.00 

318 shares American Tel. & Tel. Co. - Common 2,176.21 

750 shares Southwestern Bell - Common 2,995.56 

484 shares U. S. West - Common 3,008.26 

S. Archibald Smith Prize Fund for Excellence in English 

Certificate of Deposit, Fleet Bank-NH 1 .000.00 

BALANCE . December 31 , 1 993 $391.880.57 

Respectfully submitted, 
C. Wilson Sullivan 
Earl W. Watts 
John H. Hutchinson 
Trustees of the Trust Funds 
Town of Wilton, New Hampshire 



45 



TREASURERS REPORT 
JANUARY 1, 1993 DECEMBER 31, 1993 



Cash On Hand 01/01/93 

Town Accounts 

Water Department Certificate 

Water Savings 

Conservation Land Acquisition 

Escrow Accounts 

Island Rehab. 

Petty Cash 
Total Cash on Hand 01/01/93 



$557,659.95 

42,322.74 

12,893.04 

23,789.76 

27.05 

423.18 

437.91 



$637,553.63 



Receipts: 

Town Clerk & Other Sources 251 ,651 .73 

Tax Collector 3,826,394.1 3 

Tax Antic. Notes & Govnmt. Agencies 2,620,508.40 

Interest From All Sources 109,388.02 

Total Receipts 



Total Cash Before Payments 

Payments: Per Order Selectmen 

Total Payments 

Balance on Hand 12/31/93 

Cash On Hand 12/31/93 

Town Accounts 

Water Department Certificate 

Water Savings 

Conservation Land Acquistion Fund 

Petty Cash 

Escrow Accounts 

Island Rehab. 
Balance on Hand 12/31/93 

Town Accounts: 

Payroll Account $ 

Operating Account 
Investing Account 
Investing CD 
Total 

Respectfully submitted, 
Barry Greene, Town Treasurer 



6,277,686.90 



6,807,942.28 
7,445,495.91 

6,277,686.90 
$1,167,809.01 



1,085,741.18 

43,627.83 

13,219.07 

24,297.16 

437.91 

62.68 

423.18 



$1,167,809.01 



< 5,772.62> 
88,815.89 
2,697.91 
1,000,000.00 

$1,085,741.18 



46 



WILTON TAX COLLECTOR'S REPORT 
SUMMARY OF TAX ACCOUNTS 

JANUARY 1, 1993 - DECEMBER 31, 1993 



Debit 





Levies 


Prior 




of 1993 


Levies 


Uncollected Taxes: 






Property Taxes 


- 


615,062.40 


Resident Taxes-1 992 


- 


4,740.00 


Resident Taxes-1 991 


- 


600.00 


Resident Taxes-1 988 - 1990 


- 


440.00 


Land Use Change Tax 


- 


- 


Yield Tax 


- 


2082.57 


Sewer Tax 


- 


39,152.61 


Water-1992 


- 


2,240.00 


Water-1991 


- 


380.00 


Taxes Committed to Collector: 






Property Taxes 


3,672,985.00 


- 


Resident Taxes 


23,020.00 


- 


Land Use Change Tax 


2,850.00 


- 


Yield Taxes 


4,416.11 


- 


Sewer Taxes 


195,730.00 


- 


Water 


242,056.52 


- 


Added Taxes: 






Property Taxes 


312.00 


502.00 


Sewer Taxes 


460.00 


- 


Resident Taxes 


1,900.00 


20.00 


Water 


603.00 


- 


Overpayments: 






Property Taxes 


2,686.00 


104.43 


Resident Taxes 


151.00 


- 


Sewer Taxes 


4.71 


59.60 


Water 


- 


- 


Water shut off fee penalties 


1,360.00 


75.00 


Interest Collected on: 






Delinquent Property Taxes 


1184.10 


23,240.29 


Sewer Taxes 


200.17 


2,333.23 


Yield Taxes 


4.62 


87.10 


Current Use 


- 


- 


Water 


- 


3.29 



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Penalties Collected on: 



Resident Taxes 


40.00 


243.00 


Resident Taxes-1991 


- 


7.00 


Resident Taxes-1 988-1 990 


- 


10.00 


Property Taxes 


- 


713.00 


Tax Sale Costs 


- 


4,076.00 


Sewer Taxes 


255.00 


214.00 


Total Debits 


4,150,218.23 


696,385.52 

Credit 




Levies 


Prior 




of 1993 


Levies 


Remitted to Treasurer 






During Fiscal Year: 






Property Taxes 


3,122,726.61 


615,308.83 


Interest 


1,184.10 


23,240.29 


Penalties 


- 


713.00 


Resident Taxes 


20,101.00 


2,450.00 


Penalties 


40.00 


243.00 


Resident Taxes-1991 


- 


90.00 


Penalties 


- 


7.00 


Resident Taxes-1 988-1 990 


- 


110.00 


Penalties 


- 


10.00 


Land Use Change Tax 


2,850.00 


- 


Interest 


- 


- 


Yield Taxes 


4,408.61 


2,082.57 


Interest 


4.62 


87.10 


Sewer Taxes 


163,506.37 


38,957.21 


Interest 


200.17 


2,333.23 


Penalties 


255.00 


214.00 


Water 


241,129.52 


1,760.00 


Shut Off Fees 


1,360.00 


75.00 


Interest 


- 


3.29 


Tax Sale Costs 


- 


4,076.00 


Abatements Allowed: 






Property Taxes 


12,678.00 


360.00 


Resident Taxes 


930.00 


1,860.00 


Resident Taxes-1991 


- 


420.00 


Resident Taxes-1 988-1 990 


- 


280.00 


Sewer Taxes 


1,817.00 


255.00 


Water 


230.00 


- 


Yield Taxes 


- 


- 



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Uncollected Taxes End of 






Fiscal Year: 






Properly Taxes 


540,578.39 


- 


Resident Taxes 


4,040.00 


450.00 


Resident Taxes- 1991 


- 


90.00 


Resident Taxes-1 988-1 990 


- 


50.00 


Land Use Change Tax 


- 


- 


Yield Taxes 


7.50 


- 


Sewer Taxes 


30,871.34 


- 


Water 


1,300.00 


480.00 


Water-1991 




380.00 


Total Credits 


4,150,218.23 


696,385.52 



Debit 
...Tax Sale/Lien on Account of Levies of. 



Balance of Unredeemed Taxes 
Beginning of Fiscal Year: 

Taxes Executed to Town 

During Fiscal Year: 
Interest Collected After 

Lien Execution: 
Overpayments: 
Redemption Cost: 

Total Debits 



1992 


1991 1988-1990 


- 


226,358.93 146,468.32 


296,178.96 


- 



9,637.35 33,152.66 38,175.47 

110.42 
1,584.50 1,888.00 3,054.00 

307,400.81 261,399.59 187,808.21 



Remittance to Treasurer 
During Fiscal Year: 
Redemptions 1 52,751 .52 

Interest After Sale 9,637.35 

Cost After Sale 1 ,584.50 

Abatements During Year 

Tax Deeded to Town 

Unredeemed Taxes End of Year 143,427.44 



Credit 



148,643.84 

32,440.90 

1,888.00 



78,426.85 



127,633.53 

40,976.51 

3,080.15 



16,118.02 



Total Credits 

Respectfully submitted, 
Jane K. Farrell, Collector 



307,400.81 261,399.59 187,808.21 



4 9 



TOWN CLERK'S REPORT 
JANUARY 1, 1993 - DECEMBER 31, 1993 



Motor Vehicle Account: 


# of Vehicles: 


Fees Paid: 


January 


283 


$15,077.00 


February 


290 


15,537.00 


March 


325 


17,663.00 


April 


376 


25,362.00 


May 


394 


18,766.00 


June 


368 


19,445.00 


July 


413 


23,131.00 


August 


355 


20,338.00 


September 


363 


24,833.00 


October 


358 


21,311.00 


November 


306 


19,471.00 


December 


260 


15,390.00 


Total Vehicles Registered 


4091 




Remitted to Treasurer, Town 


of Wilton: 


$236,324.00 



Uniform Commercial Code Filings, 
Searches & Copies 

Remitted to Treasurer, Town of Wilton: $1,143.25 

Certified Copies of Marriage, Birth & 
Death Records 

Remitted to Treasurer, Town of Wilton: $406.00 

Paid to Treasurer, State of NH: $210.00 

Marriage License Account: 

15 Marriage Licenses Issued at $40.00 each 
8 Marriage Licenses Issued at $45.00 each 

Remitted to Treasurer, Town of Wilton: $960.00 

Paid to the Treasurer, State of NH: $799.00 

Dog License Account: 

1 992 - 1 License 

1993 - 421 Licenses 
1993 - 3 Group Licenses 

Remitted to Treasurer, Town of Wilton: $2,220.50 

Paid to Treasurer, State of NH: $162.50 

Respectfully submitted, 
Jane K. Farrell, Town Clerk 



50 



WILTON PUBLIC & GREGG FREE LIBRARY 
1993 TREASURER'S REPORT 



Operating Budget 




Receipts 






Opening Baiance January 1, 1993 


$2,357.50 


Unrestricted Current Gifts 




192.28 


Keyes Fund Gift (books) 




200.00 


Interest 




161.99 


Copier 




133.15 


Non-resident fees 




120.00 


Fines 




1,386.46 


Other 




261.25 


Trust Funds (consolidated): 






Charles F. Blanchard 


Fanny W. Blanchard 




George W. Blanchard 


Lucy S. Blanchard 




Arthur H. Burns 


C. H. Burns 




Hattie F. Clark 


Daniel Cragin 




James Day 


Sally M. Frye 




David A. Gregg 


Daisy Hardy 




Clara Lewis 


E. A. Newell 




A. M. Pendleton 


Nellie Perham 




Annie L. Powers 


E. M. Proctor 




A. W. Putnam 


Florence M. Rideout 




George A. Whiting 


Thurston V. Williams 


19,731.46 


Town of Wilton Appropriation 




61 .852.00 


TOTAL RECEIPTS 




$86,396.09 


Disbursements 






Salaries 




$46,261.73 


Social Security & Medicare 




3,538.94 


Employee Benefits 




3,314.40 


Staff Development 




321.55 


Mileage 




124.20 


Books, Magazines, Audio-Visual 




11,790.96 


Supplies & Binding 




1,364.56 


Equipment 




2,560.40 


Postage 




108.33 


Dues 




375.00 


Land & Building 




1,450.34 


Bank Charges 




228.50 


Clerical & Miscellaneous 




66.25 


Insurance (Building & Contents) 




2,335.00 


Fuel (Heating) 




2,605.30 


Water & Sewer 




460.00 



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Disbursments (Continued) 



Electricity 1,993.19 

Telephone 265.70 

Cleaning 2,550.00 

Snow Removal & Sanding 420.00 

Lawn Care 235.80 

Painting Fund 500.00 

Maintenance Fund 1.000.00 

TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS $83,870.1 5 

Closing Balance December 31 , 1993 $2,525.94 

Painting Fund Account 

Balance January 1 , 1 993 2,1 34.68 

Interest 47.09 

Deposit from Operating Account 500.00 

Balance December 31 , 1 993 2,681 .77 

Maintenance Fund Account 

Balance January 1, 1993 0.00 

Deposit from Operating Account 1 ,000.00 

Interest 5.69 

Balance December 31 , 1 993 1 ,005.69 

Restricted Gifts Account 

Balance January 1 , 1 993 1 ,078.34 

Interest 20.64 

Media 665.27 (665.27) 

Balance December 31, 1993 433.71 

Respectfully submitted, 
William M. Ladd, Treasurer 
Board of Trustees 



5 2 



1993 REPORT OF THE BUILDING INSPECTOR 



New Dwellings Est. Costs: 

Peter Goodwin 65,000 

S&DP Const. / Michael Poliquinn 63,000 



David & Gail Agans 


120,000 


PSB / Mussat 


125,000 


PSB / Radziewicz 


125,000 


Richard & Irene Pajanen 


50,000 


Paul & Toni Brochu 


100,000 


Mike Bergeron 


115,000 


W. Floyd & Paula Wilkinson 


50,000 


David & Lisa Fait 


63,000 


Chris & Patricia Anderson 


112,000 


Donald & Martha Philbrick 


15,000 


Best Way Const. / Z. Bukowski 


105,000 


Jean MacKay 


50,000 


Additions & Alterations 




George & Janice Beach 


30,000 


Richard Herfurth 


25,000 


J. Alexander MacMartin 


20,000 


Mark Ellison 


4,500 


Robert Landry 


1,800 


Mike & Sharon Pellerin 


700 


Donald & Katherine Ballou 


465 


Pascal & Joan Covici 


20,000 


Andy & Gail Hoar 


16,000 


David & Patricia Nelson 


5,000 


Evan & Kelly Greenwald 


17,000 


Joel & Pam Stackpole 


3,700 


Lee & Diane Hambrick 


3,700 


Pine Hill School 


15,000 


John & Helen Sargent 


20,000 


James & Laura LaRue 


22,000 


Tim & Tracey Bowman 


2,000 


Bruce & Linda Bakaian 


5,000 


David Flynn 


25,000 


Peter & Lyra Engel 


18,000 


Martin Guay 


1,600 


High Mowing School 


1000 


PVA-EPVA 


40,000 



Barns, Garages, Decks, Sheds & Pools 

Jonathan & Julia Morse 1 00 

David & Julie Bursey 1 2,800 

Robert & Paula Spear 1 7,000 



53 



Units/Type: 


Fees: 


1 


241.56 


1 


185.35 


1 


255.64 


1 


313.28 


1 


374.88 


1 


123.20 


1 


220.88 


1 


203.50 


1 


251.13 


1 


208.24 


1 


260.15 


1 


121.00 


1 


212.16 


1 


113.52 


Alt. 


89.76 


Addit. 


47.52 


Addit. 


63.36 


Addit. 


79.20 


Alt. 


15.00 


Addit. 


52.14 


Alt. 


15.00 


Addit. 


56.32 


Addit. 


22.40 


Addit. 


84.48 


Addit. 


46.70 


Addit. 


15.00 


Addit. 


15.00 


Addit. 


26.00 


Addit. 


35.20 


Alt. 


15.00 


Addit. 


40.92 


Addit. 


84.84 


Addit. 


15.84 


Addit. 


31.68 


Addit. 


15.00 


Addit. 


88.00 


Alt. 


29.25 


Deck 


15.00 


Pool 


49.94 


Garage 


95.04 



Herbert T. Hodge, Jr. 


10,000 


Garage 


68.64 


Linda Foster 


2,000 


Porch 


15.00 


Stanley Hodgeman 


15,000 


Garage 


79.20 


Darryl & Pat Markaverich 


200 


Porch 


15.00 


Linda Lovecky 


750 


Porch 


15.00 


Ed Vanetti 


10,000 


Barn 


105.60 


John Baymore 


10,000 


Shed 


68.20 


William Cleaves 


500 


Deck 


15.00 


Michael Poliquinn 


600 


Deck 


42.29 


Hubert & Donna Hoover 


20,000 


Garage 


74.36 


Gertrude Ducharme 


8,000 


Shed 


112.20 


Jere Osgood 


20,000 


Garage 


80.08 


Lee & Diane Hambrick 


1,200 


Deck 


40.04 


John & Brenda Tighe 


1,500 


Deck 


15.00 


Dennis Warner 


600 


Shed 


32.89 


Pat Thompson 


1,800 


Garage 


48.40 


Signs 








Robert Landry 






15.00 


Andy's Summer Playhouse 






15.00 


Secretarial Solutions 






5.00 


Rue's Automotive 






15.00 


Permit Renewals 








Jack Skelly 






10.00 


Christopher & Sue Egan (3 yr.) 






30.00 


Regional Urban Development 






10.00 


William Bauch & Eugenie Scagel 




10.00 


Debbie Degan (2 yr.) 






20.00 


Joseph & Elizabeth Torre 






10.00 


Electrical & Plumbing 








George Beach 


30.00 


David Graham 


15.00 


Peter & Donna Chaput 


15.00 


Americable Group 


15.00 


Kevin & Jean Soucy 


15.00 


Robert Vanderspurt 


15.00 


Gould Leetch Trust 


45.00 


Herbert Hodge, Jr. 


15.00 


Wilton Telephone 


15.00 


John H. Smith 


15.00 


Milford-Bennington Railroad 


15.00 


Sweezey Estate 


15.00 


Monadnock Mountain Water 


15.00 


John Giso 


30.00 


J. J. Sottile (Nolan property) 


15.00 


Betsy Phillips 


15.00 


High Mowing School 


15.00 








Total Fees Paid - All Permits $! 


5,509.98 



Respectfully submitted, 

Frank S. Millward, Building Inspector 



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WILTON FIRE DEPARTMENT 



The Fire Department responded to 144 bell alarms in 1993. For the first 
time in years we did not have a structure fire in the Town of Wilton. 

A big thank you goes to all my fire fighters and officers for stressing fire 
safety in our homes and a special thanks to the Fire Prevention Team for the 
effort made teaching fire safety in our schools during Fire Prevention Week. 

I would like to remind everyone that smoke detectors do save lives and 
I urge everyone to install them in their homes. 

In 1993 we had a HAZ-MAT (Hazardous Materials) incident at 
PVA/EPVA in Wilton. As a precaution, the entire plant and surrounding area 
were evacuated. This was the first major HAZ-MAT incident the Wilton Fire 
Department has responded to. As a result of this incident, the fire 
department and PVA/EPVA personnel have worked together going through 
further HAZ-MAT training. 

At the 1993 Town Meeting a new tanker truck was voted in. It is 
scheduled to arrive in January 1994. 

New overhead doors were installed at the station in 1993. 

Our Fireman's Ball and the canvassing of the Town was a huge 
success this year. I'd like to thank everyone who made donations to the 
Wilton Fire Association. A special thank you to all my fire fighters and 
officers and their families for their continued support. I would also like to 
thank any others who have helped us accomplish our goals. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Rene Houle, Wilton Fire Department Chief 

1993 TOTAL BELL ALARMS - 144 



False Alarms 


40 


Mutual Aid 


22 


Motor Vehicle Accidents 


19 


Brush Fires 


10 


Chimney Fires 


9 


Vehicle Fires 


6 


Smoke Scares 


6 


Power Line Down 


5 


Furnace Malfunction 


4 


Gas/Oil Spill 


3 


Electrical Fires 


3 


Burnt Food 


3 


Odor of Gas 


3 


Assist Ambulance 


3 


Flooded Oil Burner 


2 


Steam Rupture 


2 


Lock-in 


1 


Rescue Cat 


1 


Incinerator Fire 


1 


HAZ-MAT Incident 


1 


MUTUAL AID RECEIVED: 




MUTUAL AID GIVEN: 




Milford 


3 


Lyndeborough 


10 


Lyndeborough 


2 


Milford 


7 


Greenville 


2 


Mason 


2 


Amherst 


1 


Greenville 


1 






Amherst 


1 






Temple 


1 



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WILTON POLICE DEPARTMENT 



1993 shows a slight decrease in some areas of calls for service. Due to 
the rabies epidemic we have experienced an alarming increase in raccoon 
and other animal calls and have attempted to persuade the State Veterinary 
office to test some of these animals. We have been advised that unless 
there has been human contact or other extenuating circumstances, they 
would not test, but where we are geographically within seven miles of a 
known positive test, we should assume the animals would, in all probability, 
test positive. 

The video camera's for the cruisers were purchased in August for a 
total amount of $7,720. Due to the federal grant and assistance from 
M.A.D.D. the town share was $2,000. These camera's have been most 
valuable in many instances. We are appreciative of Jim Greene for his 
untiring efforts in attending regular meetings with M.A.D.D. and acquiring 
their assistance in purchasing one of the cameras. 

Once again we applied for and received a grant for D.W.I, and 
Selective Traffic Enforcement for the period of November 1 , 1 993 to January 
31 , 1994 which helped keep our roads safe and free of impaired drivers over 
the holidays. It has been rumored in the area that Wilton is not a safe place 
to drink and drive. 

Training is on going for all members of the department with Eric Olesen 
attending a week long school on Child Abuse and Exploitation in 
Portsmouth and also attending the D.A.R.E. Instructors School, finishing first 
in his class and becoming Wilton's first D.A.R.E. Instructor. 

In closing we wish to thank the towns people and board of selectmen 
for their continued support. 

Respectfully submitted, 
George L Ayres 
Chief of Police 



WILTON PUBLIC AND GREGG FREE LIBRARY REPORT 



The highpoint of the library year was the acceptance of the mural drawn 
in the children's room by local artist Jan Grossman. In the mural, a young 
boy is reading a book and all around him are literary figures from books 
found in the children's rooms. Animals and trees that would be found in 
New Hampshire are also depicted in the mural. 

The library now has a Panafax UF-321 available for public use. A 
matching grant was won by the Hillstown group of libraries to purchase 
these machines. All member libraries can now fax information quickly 
between libraries. 



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The book return box is now Installed at the rear of the library near the 
parking lot and access bridge. 

The library has many preschool groups that use the library. A weekly 
story and craft program for 3 1/2 to 5 year olds is offered by the children's 
librarian. Tumbleweeds Child Care, the Wilton Cooperative Kindergarten 
and Linda LaDouceur's Home School nursery and kindergarten groups 
visit regularly. 

The elementary school grades 2-6 come to the library monthly. The 
Wilton-Lyndeborough Co-op students use our collection for school work. 

In July, a workshop "Reading to your preschool children", led by 
reading specialist Janet Bailey of the Hudson, NH school system was 
offered to the public. 

The summer reading program for school-aged children followed the 
food-related theme "Ketchup on Reading" which was chosen by the state's 
children's librarians. 

The Lioness's gave funds to the Library for the purchase of parenting 
video's and books. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Jane Alsfeld, Librarian 



RECYCLING CENTER 



Anyone who read a newspaper back in 1979 could not help but realize 
the seriousness of the solid waste crisis this country was facing. As the 
Wilton Recycling Center starts its 14th year, the six communities who have 
participated in what was considered a pioneer effort in solving part of the 
waste disposal problem, should be proud of the fact that they were able to 
divert a significant amount of what was once considered trash back into 
something useful as well as savings to the environment, energy and landfill 
space. 

In 1993 even with the stagnant markets for recyclables we were able to 
increase revenues to about 10% of our operating cost and hopefully this will 
carry over into 1994. The household hazardous waste day was a success; 
though the disposal cost for this type of waste has increased considerably, 
very few people were refused. Again we would like to thank the people from 
Wilton, Lyndeborough, Mason, Temple, Greenville and Greenfield for their 
help in making 1993 at the recycling center another success. 



Respectfully submitted, 

A. Carl Wetherbee, Supervisor 



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WILTON HIGHWAY DEPARTMENT REPORT 



WINTER MAINTENANCE 
There were 27 storms, Including three freezing-rain storms. The snow 
amount was greater than in recent years, totaling 118 inches. We used 
over 400 tons of salt and 2000 yards of sand. 

SUMMER MAINTENANCE 
The department installed 200 feet of drainage on Curtis Farm Road, at 
the property of Mrs. Jennie Fish, to eliminate the water flow across the road 
surface. We replaced the fence going up Burns Hill Road, with a beam 
guard rail, and installed a guard rail at the rear of the town parking lot on 
Main Street. The department built a new parking area at the Florence 
Rideout Elementary School, and reset about 200 feet of granite curbing by 
the gym. The town was reimbursed by the school district for this work. As 
usual, the department graded, raked, and rolled all gravel roads at least 
twice during the year, as well as maintaining culverts, cleaning catch 
basins, and replacing culverts where needed. 

RESURFACING 
A total of 7.4 miles of town roads were sealed in 1993. We ditched all 
roads that were sealed, and shimmed most of Mason Road and sections of 
other roads, where needed. The roads sealed were: lower Curtis Farm, 
Mason, Badger Farm, Captain Clark, Abbot Hill, Potter, Brown, Issac Frye 
Highway from Badger Farm Road to Abbot Hill, High Mowing, Orchard View 
Drive, Samantha's Way, Isaac Frye Highway from Route 101 to Wilton 
Center Road, two short sections of Burton Highway, and Isaac Frye 
Highway from Route 31 to the home of Lester Hutchinson. We also rebuilt 
and sealed a few driveways for residents, for which the town was 
reimbursed. The new parking areas at the elementary school, the road to 
the Cooperative High School, and part of the parking area there were 
sealed. 

CEMETERIES 
In 1993 we replaced the main water line from Abbot Hill Road to the 
Laurel Hill Cemetery with about 400 feet of 2 inch line. The old line was 30 
years old and had leaked almost daily this spring. Edward Conrad and 
Aaron Robbins put a new roof on the equipment building at Laurel Hill, and 
replaced the lower half of the sheathing and all the framing around the 
doors, because of dry rot. They also completed a new section of South 
Yard Cemetery, for future burials. As a result of this work, the cemetery 
budget was overspent. 

WATER AND SEWER 
The maintenance of the water and sewer systems are a responsibility 
of the Highway Department. In 1993 three old hydrants were replaced and 
two new locations were added to the system. We made four new water 



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service connections and two new sewer connections. Aaron Robbins 
cleaned and repainted the insides of the two sewer pump stations. These 
stations are three stories high and ten years old, and needed work on them. 

EQUIPMENT 
In April, the 1988 GMC 1 ton dump truck caught on fire and was 
"totaled". It was replaced with a 1993 1 ton Ford F350 dump. We used the 
dump body and plow blade off the old truck. The cost was a little over 
$12,000, after insurance credit. In 1994, we are asking for a used backhoe 
to replace the 1977 Case that the department has had for ten years, and a 
new small 1.7 yard sander to replace the 1977 model that goes on the 1 
ton dump. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Charles O. McGettigan, Jr. 
Wilton Highway Agent 



1993 ANNUAL REPORT 
NASHUA REGIONAL PLANNING COMMISSION 



While this past year saw us continuing to increase and improve our 
service to member communities, 1993 was also a year of considerable 
organizational change. First, to enhance local representation and to better 
respond to the increased responsibilities and opportunities resulting from 
new federal transportation legislation, the Commission was expanded to 
include at least one selectman from each of our towns, and a new quarterly 
meeting schedule was established. Also, our long standing organizational 
objective of making the agency's office physically accessible to all of our 
constituents will be achieved by the beginning of the new year with major 
renovations being undertaken in cooperation with our building owners. 

Among our most significant local assistance projects was updating the 
Wilton Subdivision Regulations. Staff also assisted the Planning Board with 
amendments to the Wilton Zoning Ordinance, and in drafting standards for 
private ways and language for private way covenants and deed restrictions. 

I want to close by adding a note of thanks and recognition to our 
Commissioners from Wilton: Jerry Greene and Timothy Farrell; and by 
expressing my gratitude for the cooperation and support that we have 
received from all of Wilton's town officials. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Don E. Zizzi 
Executive Director 



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WILTON-LYNDEBOROUGH 
VOLUNTEER AMBULANCE AND RESCUE ASSOCIATION 



In the second half of the year, after both towns had approved, the 
service hired a full time attendant-chief-administrator. This has improved the 
availability of service sharply during daytime hours, and reduced 
dependence on mutual aid. Of course, the balance of each of the daytime 
crews are volunteer, as is the nighttime staffing. 

The full timer is generally on duty at the bay, and has paramedic 
certification, further raising the skill level available to the townspeople for 
emergency care. 

For 1993, the squad transported people 196 times, and there were 
about thirty additional responses in which no transport was necessary The 
ratios of calls to Wilton and Lyndeborough remains approximately the same 
as in prior years at 75 percent for Wilton and 25 percent for Lyndeborough, 
reflecting the general population figures. 

As we always report for the benefit of new residents, the Association is 
an independent, non profit organization partly funded by the two towns, 
partly by fees for services to patients, and partly by donations. It is 
administered by a volunteer board of directors who represent the general 
public, the town authorities, and the crews. Volunteers serve without pay. 
They do receive a nominal expense allowance for part of their out of pocket 
expenses, and are all either EMT's, Advanced Red Cross first aid 
technicians, or paramedics. All have state licenses, and are required, and 
do, take continuing training as well as regularly serve duty shifts. The active 
roster remains at about 25 squad members. 

The squad is proud that their equipment is the best available, and that 
their skills and training in its use are a match for the demands placed upon 
them. 

While oftentimes the duty is less than glamorous, there is a great deal 
of satisfaction in serving the community and one's neighbors. New 
volunteers are continually needed, and training is provided. Any interested 
citizens over 18 are welcome, and the town offices will put you in touch with 
the correct people. 

For the Directors, 

Wilton-Lyndeborough Ambulance and Rescue Association 



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WILTON-LYNDEBOROUGH YOUTH CENTER 



The Youth Center continued the management of Goss Park and other 
recreational programs for the young people of Wilton and Lyndeborough. 
The summer program at Goss Park was enjoyed by approximately 800 park 
users. This year we extended our weekday schedule by one hour and 
increased the swim sessions from 2 to 3 to accommodate summer vacation 
schedules. Red Cross swim lessons were offered at all levels and preschool 
classes were expanded to a daily schedule. Courses in advanced water 
safety, emergency water safety, lifeguarding certification and CPR classes 
were also continued. Enrollment for swim courses reached 372. Tennis 
lessons and an adult swim fitness class were popular. Our Swim Team 
competed for the first time at the Milford Rotary Meet and our record for the 
season was 1-1-1. Goss Park will open on Monday, June 27 for its 1994 
summer program and will close on Sunday, August 28. Registrations for the 
1994 program will be available at Putnam's Store in mid-May. The Roberts 
Brothers Circus will be coming to Wilton on August 8th for two performances! 

The Goss Park ballfield hosted WJAA baseball and softball and was 
used by the new church softball league. We were fortunate to have the U.S. 
Tennis Association host a tennis carnival and its Northeast Instructors 
Workshop at the park this year. These activities proved to be very beneficial 
to our instructors and tennis players. 

The Youth Center sponsored the After-the-Prom party for the junior class 
on May 22 at Hampshire Hills. This year's event was the best attended 
ever. We joined the Night Life group to present a "Spring Fling" at WLC on 
May 15. The annual SnoBall Dance was held at the school on December 
30, 1993. 

The "Community Talent Show" held on March 6 showcased many 
talented community members. Step aerobics classes continued during the 
school year at the Florence Rideout Elementary School on Tuesday and 
Thursday evenings. 

Sincere thanks go to local businesses, community leaders, town 
departments and Youth Center volunteers for their ongoing generosity and 
hard work. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Tina Jeskey, Chairperson 



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WILTON WATER WORKS 



This year was a busy one for the Water Works. Several projects were 
completed to improve our distribution system, provide better fire flows and 
improve water quality. 

A new 12 inch water main was completed on the Island providing 
higher quality of water and improved fire flows to this part of town by creating 
a loop. The project was begun in 1991 after the failure of an 8 inch water 
main which crosses the Souhegan River. The new main begins at the 
bottom of the "S" turn follows the canal and completes the loop through an 
easement from Label Art. Label Art's cooperation and financial pledge 
made this project possible and we thank them for their assistance. 

New cross country connections on Whiting Hill at Aluminum Castings, 
Inc. and between Maple and Pine Valley Streets at the Duval and Smith 
properties were completed as well. We wish to thank all the property owners 
for their cooperation in these projects. 

Our most ambitious undertaking this year involved cleaning the main 
lines using a "pigging" device on the following streets; Main Street between 
Russell and Madison Streets; Maple Street from Russell Street to the Milford 
Town Line; Putnam Street; and Pine Valley Street. 

This process involves propelling a series of graduated bullet shaped 
"pigs" (made of a combination of plastic and sponge) through the water line. 
Although the cleaning requires excessive flushing of hydrants to remove 
water discoloration at first, we are ultimately very pleased with the improved 
volume and quality of water. We appreciate the understanding and 
cooperation of our customers who may have been inconvenienced by this 
work. 

The overall success makes this a good alternative to replacing partially 
blocked water mains. The success of this project was dramatically 
demonstrated at a tragic house fire on Main Street. Several fire hydrants 
were tapped at one time and an unlimited supply of water was available to 
firefighters on the scene. This cleaning will continue on a yearly basis 
throughout the distribution system. 

This year also began the compliance of our Water System to the more 
stringent requirements of the Clean Water Act of 1986. We are presently 
involved in a program of testing for lead and copper levels at the tap in 
customer's homes. Although we were close, our first round of testing did not 
meet E.P.A. requirements and additional testing will be required in 1994. A 
treatment plan will be implemented to correct the corrosiveness of the water 
as it reacts with the solder joints and copper pipes when at rest in customer's 
homes. 

We continue to test monthly for bacteria. Additionally the E.P.A. has 
required extensive testing for minerals, metals, nitrites, nitrates, inorganic 
chemicals and volatile organic chemicals. Both well sites showed either no 
trace or well below permissible limits on all elements tested for. Our source 
of water is one of the purest in the state and we are prepared to keep it that 
way. 



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To accomplish this we have established a Well-Head Delineation and 
Protection Plan for the wells and the aquifer which feeds the wells. This 
program will require the cooperation of the surrounding land owners, the 
Selectmen, Planning Board, Zoning Board of Adjustment, Building 
Inspector, and most importantly the citizens of the town to protect and 
preserve this resource for future generations. 

Finally we would like to thank the Selectmen, Town Hall Staff, Building 
Inspector, Fire Department, Highway Department and other townspeople 
who helped make this a successful year for the Water Department. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Wilton Water Commissioners 
James A. Tuttle, Chairman 
Charles O. McGettigan, Jr. 
Eugene J. Edwards, Sr. 



WILTON SEWER DEPARTMENT 



1993 Financial Statistics: 

1 993 Approved Budget $1 92,000.00 

1993 Actual Expenses $193,198.06 

1 993 Net Income $1 96,741 .00 

1993 Sewer Rate Per Unit $ 230.00 

1994 Financial Projections: 

1 994 Approved Budget $1 91 ,742.00 
1994 Projected Income $193,430.00 
1994 Projected Sewer Rate Per Unit $ 230.00 

In 1993 the sewer rate dropped from $255.00 to $230.00 per unit. 1994 
budget and income projections will allow the rate to remain at $230.00 per 
unit. 

Although our pump stations and metering equipment have been on line 
for 11 years, repair and replacement expenses have been kept to a 
minimum, thanks to the excellent maintenance by Charlie McGettigan and 
the Highway Department. 

In 1994 we plan to do an engineering evaluation of our equipment and 
from that evaluation develop a 10 year capitol replacement schedule. 

Our usual thanks to Jane, Edna and Kyra for their excellent cooperation 
and assistance. 

Respectfully submitted, 
C. Stanley Schultz 
Raymond Mahoney 
Paul A. Desrochers 



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MILFORD AREA COMMUNICATION CENTER 



The Milford Area Communication Center currently has six full-time 
employees and five part-time employees. The turnover in personnel has 
stabilized and the average length of service for full-time personnel is three 
years. 

A new Hiring Policy and Procedure was approved and adopted by the 
Board of Governors. With this new policy, candidates go through an Oral 
Board. The Oral Board consists of a MACC Base dispatcher and two 
members from area departments. This change allows for the departments to 
become involved in an important part of the operation of the Communication 
Center. 

A new Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) was also adopted. Draft 
copies were sent to the appropriate department heads seeking their input. 
The final version (containing input from the department heads and 
dispatchers) was approved and adopted by the Board of Governors in May, 
1993. 

The Centers Computer Aided Dispatch system has been enhanced 
since it was first installed. For example, a Street Locator database lists the 
streets for each town (information includes street location; placement of 
street numbers; intersecting streets; fire department run cards; 
police/ambulance response; location of individuals with special medical 
needs, etc.). This system allows the dispatcher to access the necessary 
information in a quicker and more effective manner. 

A new voice recorder was purchased, replacing the Dictaphone. The 
new system (RACAL) utilizes T160 video tapes. Since these tapes are less 
expensive than the Dictaphone reel to reel tapes, we are able to archive 
them for a longer period of time before reusing them. 

MACC Base answers all 9-1-1 calls for the 654/672/673 exchange 
areas, (Amherst, Lyndeborough, Milford, Mont Vernon, Wilton). Since the 
communication center is a relay point, our statistics indicate the number of 
logged emergency/non-emergency telephone calls/complaints received and 
dispatched, motor vehicle stops, and police/ambulance/fire/public works 
department communications that occur between MACC Base and the 
appropriate department(s). Approximately 25% of what the dispatcher 
handles is not logged in the computer (housechecks, calls for directions, 
information calls, road conditions, is school open, etc.). As of 1994, the 
computer system has been enhanced so that most of this type of information 
can be logged and, therefore, counted statistically. For 1993, MACC Base 
handled approximately 40,000 communications. Amherst = 24%, 
Lyndeborough ■ 2%, Milford = 29%, Mont Vernon = 5%, Wilton = 9%, 
MACC & outside agencies = 31%. 

Being ever conscious of the state of the economy, we have endeavored 
to keep the costs down. As in previous years, the Centers budget ended in 
the black. The 1 994 budget shows an increase of less than 2%. 



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To the employees of the Milford Area Communication Center, thank you 
for your dedication and professionalism. To the departments and citizens of 
the area communities, thank you for your continued support. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Joan K. Wetherall, MA 
Director 



MONADNOCK FAMILY SERVICES 

SUMMARY OF SERVICES PROVIDED 

FROM OCTOBER 1, 1992 THROUGH SEPTEMBER 30, 1993 



Monadnock Family Services provides a full range of treatment for 
individuals who need counseling or who are experiencing a mental 
disorder. There are no restrictions based on diagnosis or age, and we 
continue to offer services to clients with little to no income. The 
Peterborough District Office is open five days and three nights every week. 
The Jaffrey District Office is open four days and two evenings each week. 
Based in our Keene Office, we provide 24 hour emergency services seven 
days a week, 365 days a year. 

Services we offer in addition to Emergency Services include 
Psychiatric Assessment and Medication Treatment, Case Management, 
Residential Treatment and a Day Treatment program. This figure is 
reflective of open cases and does not contain those individuals who may 
have been seen as adjunct member of treatment (i.e., family members, 
school personnel, legal or other sources of referral). Last year the 
Peterborough and Jaffrey offices of Monadnock Family Services served over 
769 individuals, with more that 15,510 visits for direct treatment. 

It is our goal to maintain quality services to residents of our catchment 
area, and to provide for the identified counseling needs of the community. 

This past year Monadnock Family Services provided 639 visits of direct 
treatment to Wilton residents. Of the 33 open cases, 11 were male and 22 
were female, 13 were under the age of 18, 19 between the ages of 18 and 
59, and 1 was 60 or older. 

Primary referral sources were as follows: self-referred, physicians, 
social service agencies, schools and courts, in that order. 

MFS Adult Care Center was open over 912 hours in 1993, with an 
average daily attendance of approximately 15 clients. We provided over 
15,048 hours of service to elderly residents and their families. Many of the 
clients in the program have Alzheimer's Disease or related illnesses due to 
aging. 



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HOME HEALTH CARE AND COMMUNITY SERVICES, INC. 

REPORT TO THE TOWN OF WILTON 

JANUARY 1, 1993 - DECEMBER 31, 1993 

ANNUAL REPORT 

In 1993, Home Health Care and Community Services (HCS) continued 
to provide home care and community services to the residents of Wilton. 
The following information represents a projection of HCS' activities in your 
community in 1993. The projection is based on actual services provided 
from January through September 1993 and an estimate of usage during 
October, November and December. 

SERVICE REPORT 



SERVICES 


SERVICES 


SERVICES SUPPORTED 


OFFERED 


PROVIDED 


PARTIALLY OR 
TOTALLY BY THE TOWN 


Nursing 


362 Visits 


15 Visits 


Child Health Nursing 


7 Visits 


7 Visits 


Physical Therapy 


24 Visits 


Visits 


Speech Pathology 


Visits 


Visits 


Occupational Therapy 


Visits 


Visits 


Medical Social Work 


16 Visits 


2 Visits 


Outreach 


5 Visits 


Visits 


Nutritionist 


2 Visits 


2 Visits 


Home Health Aide 


771 Visits 


47 Visits 


Homemaker 


372 Hours 


372 Hours 


Child Health Program 


21 Children 


21 Children 



Total Unduplicated Residents Served: 78 

Regularly scheduled wellness clinics, child health clinics, prenatal and 
hospice care are also available to residents. Town funding partially 
supports these activities. 



FINANCIAL REPORT 

The actual cost of all services provided in 1993 with all funding sources 
is projected to be $95,796.20. 

These services have been supported to the greatest extent possible by 
Medicare, Medicaid, other insurances, grants and patient fees. Services that 
were not covered by other funding have been supported by your town. 



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REPORT OF TOWN FOREST FIRE WARDEN 
& STATE FOREST RANGER 



During Calender Year 1993, the State of New Hampshire experienced 
an average number of wildfires. The three leading causes of these wildfires 
were campfires left unattended, unsupervised children and debris fires that 
escaped control. All of theses fires are preventable, but ONLY with your 
help! 

Please help your town and state forest fire officials with forest fire 
prevention. New Hampshire State Law (RSA 224:27 II) requires that, M No 
person, firm or corporation shall kindle or cause to be kindled any fire or 
burn or cause to be burned any material in the open, except when the 
ground is covered with snow, without first obtaining a written fire permit from 
the Forest Fire Warden of the town where the burning is to be done." * 

Violations of RSA 224:27 II and other burning laws of the State of New 
Hampshire are misdemeanors punishable by fines of up to $1,000 and/or a 
year in jail and you are also liable for all fire suppression costs. 

The State of New Hampshire, Division of Forests and Lands assisted 
many towns in wildland fire suppression during 1993 and participated in 
many fire prevention programs. This year, the nation is celebrating Smokey 
Bear's 50th anniversary. The State of New Hampshire Forest Protection 
Bureau will be working with many communities to spread the fire prevention 
message - "Remember.. .Only YOU can prevent forest fires". Fire prevention 
is the most cost effective fire suppression tool. Please be careful around 
fires and help us and our communities have a fire safe year. 



FOREST FIRE STATISTICS IN 1993 

STATE DISTRICT 

Number of Fires 545 219 

Acres Burned 224 78 

Respectfully submitted, 

Bryan C. Nowell, Forest Ranger 

Clifford S. Schultz, Forest Fire Warden 

Week day burn permits can be obtained at the Wilton Town Office. 
Significant rain fall is required for issuance of a day time burning permit. 
Snow coverage does not require a burning permit but MACC Base must be 
notified prior to burning at 673-1414. Seasonal permits may also be 
obtained at the Town office. During the evenings or weekends permits can 
be acquired by contacting Forest Fire Warden C. Stanley Schultz or Wilton 
Fire Chief Rene Houle. 



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TOWN OF WILTON 

ELECTION RESULTS FROM 

MARCH 9, 1993 

& 

TOWN MEETING MINUTES FROM 

MARCH 12, 1993 



The polls were opened at the Florence Rideout Elementary School 
Auditorium by Moderator Rockwood at 10:00AM for the purpose of voting of 
Town Officers, School Officials and Zoning Questions. The polls closed at 
7:00PM. The following votes were cast with various write-ins ommitted, 283 
votes, including 6 absentee ballots: 

Selectman - 3 years 

George Infanti *229 

Town Clerk - 3 years 

Jane K. Farrell *269 

Moderator - 1 year 

Richard Rockwood *249 

Treasurer - 1 year 

Barry A. Greene *226 

Water Commissioner - 3 years 

Eugene J. Edwards *196 

Sewer Commissioner - 3 years 

C. Stanley Schultz *233 

Planning Commissioner - 3 years 

Mark Whitehill *188 

Richard Rockwood *230 

Trustee of the Trust Funds - 3 years 
Various write ins - to be appointed 

2. Are you in favor of the adoption of Amendment No. 1 as proposed by 
the Planning Board for the Town of Wilton Zoning Ordinance as follows: 
create two new sections in the Residential and Agricultural District, Section 
6.6 Special Exceptions and 6.6.1 Home Occupations, to allow for greater 
diversity of home occupations in this District? 

Yes *223 No 36 

3. Are you in favor of the adoption of Amendment No. 2 as proposed by 
the Planning Board for the Town of Wilton Zoning Ordinance as follows: 



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create a new section, Section 4.3 Unregistered Motor Vehicles, under 
Section 4.0 General Provisions to limit the number of unregistered vehicles 
per lot to 2? 

Yes *199 No 63 

4. Are you in favor of the adoption of Amendment No. 3 as proposed by 
the Planning Board for the Town of Wilton Zoning Ordinance as follows: 
create a new section, Section 4.6 Temporary Placement of Manufactured 
Homes, under Section 4.0 General Provisions to permit the temporary 
placement of a manufactured home on the same lot as a permanent dwelling 
during construction or reconstruction of the permanent dwelling? 

Yes *233 No 31 

5. Are you in favor of the adoption of Amendment No. 4 as proposed by 
the Planning Board for the Town of Wilton Zoning Ordinance as follows: 
amend Section 5.4 Manufactured Housing of the Residential District of the 
Zoning Ordinance to permit the temporary placement of a manufactured 
home on the same lot as the permanent dwelling during construction or 
reconstruction of the permanent dwelling in compliance with Section 4.6? 

Yes *225 No 36 

6. Are you in favor of the adoption of Amendment No. 5 as proposed by 
the Planning Board for the Town of Wilton Building Code as follows: amend 
Article II. Buildings, F, Building Permit Fees, to include a fee for reinspections 
created by a failure of the builder to follow the inspection guidelines? 

Yes *199 No 59 

7. Are you in favor of the adoption of Amendment No. 6 as proposed by 
the Planning Board for the Town of Wilton Building Code as follows: amend 
Article II. Buildings, E, to establish a process for simplified adoption of 
updates or revisions to the national codes as provided for in RSA 674:52, VI? 

Yes *209 No 44 

The Moderator opened the business portion of the Town Meeting at the 
Florence Rideout Elementary School District Auditorium on Friday the 12th 
day of March A.D. 1993 at 8:00 P.M. by reading the warrant, starting with 
Article 8. 

Following the warrant reading the Moderator took a moment to recognize two 
people who had served the town who had passed away. First mentioned 
was Herb Klein who had served on the Board of Adjustment and then Vincent 
Alsfeld who had been Town, Elementary and Cooperative School Moderator 
for many years. Also recognized was Frank Burbee who served as Corder of 
Wood. A moment of silence was given in their memory. 

Next the ballot results for the town and zoning election on March 9th were 
read. Results are as shown above. 



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8. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of One 
Hundred Forty Thousand ($140,000) Dollars for the purchase of a fire truck 
and to authorize the withdrawal of Ninety Thousand ($90,000) Dollars from 
the Capital Reserve Fund created for that purpose. The balance of Fifty 
Thousand ($50,000) is to come from general taxation or to take any action 
relating thereto. 

Moved by Stuart Draper, seconded by Donna Hoover. Voice vote approved. 

9. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of Fifteen 
Thousand ($15,000) Dollars for the purchase of a police cruiser and to 
authorize the withdrawal of Nine Thousand ($9,000) from the Police Cruiser 
Capital Reserve Fund and the balance to be raised by general taxation or to 
take any other action relating thereto. 

Moved by George Infanti, seconded by Stuart Draper. Voice vote approved. 

10. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of Five 
Thousand ($5,000) Dollars to add to the Ambulance Capital Reserve Fund or 
take any other action relating thereto. 

Moved by Richard Greeley, seconded by Stuart Draper. Voice vote 
approved. 

11. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of Ten 
Thousand, One Hundred Twenty Five ($10,125) Dollars for six months 
employment of a paid full-time ambulance attendant/administrator or to take 
any other action relating thereto. 

Moved by George Infanti, seconded by Cary Hughes. Stuart Draper stated 
that the article is contingent upon Lyndeborough approving their portion. If 
they were to vote no the issue would be dead. Also stated was that benefits, 
insurance and workers compensation were included in the figure. Voice vote 
approved. 

12. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of One 
Million, Eight Hundred, Twenty Six Thousand, Two Hundred Seventy Four 
($1,826,274) Dollars. Said sum does not include One Hundred Forty 
Thousand ($140,000) Dollars for the purchase of a fire truck and the 
authorization to withdraw Ninety Thousand ($90,000) Dollars from the 
Capital Reserve Fund under Article 8, nor Fifteen Thousand ($15,000) 
Dollars for the purchase of a police cruiser and the withdrawal of Nine 
Thousand ($9,000) Dollars from the Police Cruiser Capital Reserve Fund 
under Article 9, nor Five Thousand ($5,000) Dollars to be added to the 
Ambulance Capital Reserve Fund under Article 10, nor Ten Thousand, One 
Hundred Twenty Five ($10,125) Dollars for the six month employment of a 
paid full-time ambulance attendant/administrator under Article 1 1 . Grand 



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total, which represents the bottom line of the posted budget (MS-7), is One 
Million, Nine Hundred, Ninety Six Thousand, Three Hundred, Ninety Nine 
($1,996,399) Dollars. 

Moved by Donna Hoover, seconded by Stuart Draper. Voice vote approved. 

13. To see if the Town will vote to authorize the Board of Selectmen to 
accept on behalf of the Town gifts, legacies and devises made to the town in 
trust for any public purpose, as permitted by RSA 31 :19. 

Moved by Stuart Draper, seconded by Earl Watts. Voice vote approved. 

14. To see if the Town will vote to authorize the Board of Selectmen to 
accept gifts of personal property which may be offered to the town for any 
public purpose, pursuant to RSA 31 :95-e. The Selectmen must hold a public 
hearing before accepting any such gift, and the acceptance shall not bind the 
town to raise, appropriate or expend any public funds for the operation, 
maintenance, repair or replacement of any such personal property. 

Moved by Richard Greeley, seconded by Stuart Draper. Voice vote 
approved. 

15. To see if the Town will vote to authorize the Selectmen and Town 
Treasurer to borrow money upon the credit of the Town in anticipation of 
taxes, or to take any other action relating thereto. 

Moved by George Infanti, seconded by Cheryl Burns. Voice vote approved. 

16. To see if the Town will vote to authorize the Selectmen to convey any 
real estate acquired by the Town by Tax Collector's Deed. Such conveyance 
shall be by deed following a public auction, or the property may be sold by 
advertised sealed bids, or may be otherwise disposed of as justice may 
require, pursuant to RSA 80:80. 

Moved by Richard Greeley, seconded by Cheryl Burns. Voice vote approved. 

17. To see if the Town will vote to authorize the Board of Selectmen to apply 
for, accept and expend, without further action by town meeting, money from 
the state, federal or other governmental unit or a private source which 
becomes available during the year, in accordance with RSA 31 :95-b. 

Moved by Stuart Draper, seconded by Cheryl Burns. Voice vote approved. 

18. To see if the town will vote to authorize the Board of Selectmen to 
accept the dedication of any street shown on a subdivision plat approved by 
the Planning Board, provided that such street has been constructed to 
applicable town specifications as determined by the Board of Selectmen or 
their agent. 



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Moved by Stuart Draper, seconded by Cheryl Burns. Voice vote approved. 

19. To see if the Town will authorize the Selectmen to apply for, receive and 
expend federal or state grants which may become available during the 
course of the year. And also to accept and expend money from other 
governmental units or private sources to be used for purposes for which the 
Town may legally appropriate money; provided: (1) that such grants and 
other monies do not require the expenditure of other Town funds, (2) that a 
public hearing shall be held by the Selectmen prior to the receipt and 
expenditure of such grants and monies; and (3) that such items shall be 
exempt from all provisions of RSA 32 relative to limitation and expenditures 
of Town monies, all as provided by RSA 31 :95-b. 

Moved by George Infanti, seconded by Cheryl Burns. Voice vote approved. 

20. To hear the reports of Agents, Auditors and Committees or Officers 
heretofore chosen to pass any vote relating thereto. 

Stuart Draper moved the report be accepted with the exception of the 
Auditors report on page 10 which was missed by the printers. Report to be 
included with the minutes of this meeting in 1993 town report. Seconded by 
George Infanti. Harold Melcher noted that on page 16 of the budget that 
Regional Family Health was incorrectly noted as Milford Family Planning. 
Laura McGettigan noted that in the list of officials, under Library Trustees, 
Sandra Perifito should be included and Harland Savage should be deleted. 
Voice vote approved 

21. To transact any other business that may legally come before said 
meeting. 

Stuart Draper moved that Philip Heald and Mark Gibbons be appointed 
Surveyors of Lumber and Mark Gibbons to be appointed Corder of Wood. In 
addition the Forest Committee members to be Philip Heald and Ross 
Jennings. Seconded by George Infanti. Voice vote approved. 

Laura McGettigan then nominated Stanley Young as the new, three year, 
Library Trustee. Seconded by Stuart Draper. Voice vote approved. 

Stuart Draper offered thanks to Laura McGettigan for her years of dedication 
as a Library Trustee. A standing ovation followed. 

He further mentioned the beginning process of numbering Wilton homes 
(necessary to tie into the enhanced 91 1 emergency system) will start with the 
mailing of a notice of the public hearing, set for April 12, 1993, with the 
Inventory of Taxable Property form. 

Francis Gros Louis moved that town employee salaries not be published in 
the town report. Thomas Mitchell seconded the motion. The Moderator 



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explained that this was a non binding motion and the final decision was up to 
the Selectmen. Richard Greeley stated he wanted to continue to see the 
benefits listed in the report. Voice vote approved. 

George Infanti moved to adjourn the meeting, seconded by Stuart Draper. 
Voice vote approved. Meeting adjourned at 9:03 PM 

Respectfully submitted, 
Jane K. Farrell, Clerk 



aud irons ntroKT 

We. have. comple.te.cl oun audit of the. account*, of 
the. Town OfficenA fon the. ye-on ending. 
De.cembcn 31 , /9?2. 

The. ne.con.dA of the. Tax Colle.cton, Town Cle.nh t 
T ne.aAune.n y T nuAtee.A of the. TnuAt FundA, Wate.it 
De.pantme.nt, Sewe.n De,pantment f Ke.cyclina Ce.nten, 
Police. Depantme.nt, Wilton Public Lionany and 
WiltonfLy.nde.boH.ouah Volunteen Ambulance. and 

fle.Acue. AAAociatLon we.ne. checked and often Aome 
minoH connectionA wene found to be. in onden. 

Some. necommendationA made. laAt y^-o.n fon necond 
keeping, pnoved helpful; othe.fi ne.comme.nd at ion a 
ane being conAidene.d. 

We. want to thank &dna WonceAten, Kgna B nennan 
and Sane, FaHne.ll fon thein coopenation and 

comme.nd thejn on the.in efficiency in Running 
the. Town Office.. The.in Coopenation and 
efficiency made, oun job a lot eaAien. 



U)NA K. BtAN 

D0K IS $. BOUTWLLL 

AUDITORS 



73 



BIRTHS REGISTERED IN THE TOWN OF WILTON 
FOR THE YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 31, 1993 



Date 




Place 


Name of Child 


Name of Mother 


Name of Father 


January 


3 


Nashua 


Bradley J. Ellis 


Pamela Tschaen 


Ronald M. Ellis Jr. 


January 


12 


Nashua 


Allen J. Gersky III 


Nancy E. Dibiasi 


Allen J. Gersky Jr. 


January 


12 


Nashua 


Amanda M. Ltghthall 


Rebecca C. Shadley 


Alan S. LighthaJI 


January 


20 


Nashua 


Kyle E. Scripter 


Holly M. Vander Heyder 


i John A. Scripter Jr. 


February 


5 


Nashua 


Sarah J. L Long 


Kathleen A. Cawrse 


Thomas E Long 


March 


3 


Nashua 


Haley J. Dick 


Lori L Herlihy 


Raymond A. Dick 


March 


11 


Nashua 


Alexandra N. Bosquet 


Cheryl L McManus 


Timothy D. Bosquet 


March 


29 


Nashua 


Stephen H. Dailey 


Giseie M. Ayotte 


Harry S. Dailey 


March 


30 


Nashua 


John J. Andrew 


Nancy G. Higgins 


Paul J. Andrew 


March 


31 


Nashua 


Corey D. Maloney 


Dianne M. Paquin 


Leo F. Maloney Jr. 


April 


5 


Nashua 


Julia J. Van Veen 


Denise G. Guillemette 


Christopher Van Veen 


April 


17 


Nashua 


Samantha N. Hoff 


Kelly A. Steele 


William A. Hoff Jr. 


April 


20 


Peterborough 


Haley R. Duclos 


Jennifer L Duclos 


Not stated 


May 


13 


Nashua 


Kaleigh J. Mudgett 


Jennifer E. Keller 


Stephen J. Mudgett Jr. 


May 


20 


Nashua 


Kylie M. Hargrove 


Diana F. Sanderson 


Gilbert P. Hargrove 


May 


22 


Nashua 


Ashley Joyal 


Ana L. Amaya 


Jason E. Joyal 


May 


31 


Nashua 


Katelyn M. Thompson 


Theresa A. Belhumeur 


Scott A. Thompson 


June 


7 


Peterborough 


Delaney S. San Martino 


Cindy M. Prenguber 


Nicholas J. San Martino 


June 


13 


Nashua 


James E. Caron 


Rosemarie L Whitaker 


Edmond P. Caron 


June 


18 


Nashua 


Michael T. Lee 


Patricia A. Rocha 


William J. Lee III 


June 


28 


Nashua 


Rebecca A. Stackpole 


Pamela A. Beauregard 


Joel F. Stackpole 


June 


29 


Nashua 


Joshua R. Dollen 


Andrea M. Dehnke 


Frederick J. Dollen Jr. 


July 


8 


Nashua 


Heather A. Stearns 


Susan A. Landry 


James W. Stearns 


July 


13 


Nashua 


Mitchell R. Salisbury 


Stacie L. Hancock 


Peter D. Salisbury 


July 


22 


Nashua 


Chelsea M. Sullivan 


Jennifer L. Burk 


Scott S. Sullivan 


July 


30 


Nashua 


Melody-Joy R. Keilig 


Carol J. Deschenes 


Richard H. Keilig 


August 


4 


Nashua 


Darren J. Vest 


Tracy L. Pelchat 


Johnathan T. Vest 


August 


22 


Nashua 


Ryan C. Gerth 


Joan-Marie Zech 


John A. Gerth 


August 


24 


Nashua 


Brianna K. Hart 


Lynn A. Davis 


Thomas D. Hart 


August 


29 


Peterborough 


Erin C. Sullivan 


Christian M. Eagleson 


Garrett J. Sullivan 


August 


30 


Wilton 


Daniel M. Umenhofer 


Jeanne C. Cloutier 


Mark R. Umenhofer 


September 


1 


Nashua 


Benjamin T. Poplar 


Brenda J. McNeil 


Timothy Poplar 


September 


9 


Peterborough 


Christina N. McCalmont 


Lorraine C. Urana 


Marc W. McCalmont 


September 


18 


Nashua 


Meghan M. Higgins 


Andrea Prevel 


Christopher P. Higgins 


September 23 


Nashua 


Natalie C. G. Herfurth 


Karen A. Grybko 


Richard A. Herfurth 


September 27 


Nashua 


Cassondra J. Degen 


Paula J. Sentz 


Kip E. Degen 


September 28 


Nashua 


Amy K. Madsen 


Angelena M. Maccini 


John J. Madsen 


October 


5 


Nashua 


Allen H. Brown 


Janet L. Redford 


Lawrence A. Brown 


October 


7 


Nashua 


Kyle R. Jennings 


Linda F. Dodier 


David L. Jennings 


October 


21 


Nashua 


Staci K. Russell 


Roni D. Mandigo 


James. J. Russell 


October 


24 


Nashua 


William J. Tremblay 


Ellen J. Bertrand 


Randal P. Tremblay 


October 


26 


Nashua 


Kassandra A. Salisbury 


Diane T. Sperry 


Dennis J. Salisbury Sr. 


November 


5 


Nashua 


Andrew D. Nissen 


Marta F. Evans 


Christopher A. Nissen 


November 


27 


Nashua 


Eric D. Gabor 


Tamara J. Mclntyre 


William T. Gabor 


December 


1 


Nashua 


Anika B. Moody 


Amanda J. Bentley 


Robert E. Moody 


December 


1 


Peterborough 


James F. L. Hartley 


Christine M. Leary 


Russell E. Hartley III 



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MARRIAGES REGISTERED IN THE TOWN OF WILTON 
FOR THE YEAR ENDING 1993 



DATE 



PLACE BRIDE & GROOM 



AGE PARENTS 



Jan. 9 Wilton 

Jan. 23 Nashua 

Feb. 1 Merrimack 

Feb. 14 Lynde. 

Feb. 21 Wilton 

March 13 Milford 

April 17 Milford 

April 17 Wilton 

May 22 Milford 

June 1 1 Wilton 

June 1 1 Nashua 

July 4 Wilton 

Aug. 15 Milford 

Aug. 15 Lynde. 



Pirkko L Harno 
Rafael Molina 
Andrea M. Smith 
Frederick J. Dollen Jr. 
Courtney E. Howard 
Chad A. Zwicker 
Carol A. Demmons 
William R. Batchelder 
Lorraine C. Urana 
Marc W. McCalmont 
Jennifer A. Vila 
James C. Bell Jr. 
Lisa A. Riendeau 
Kevin L. Smith 
Marie E. Birkett 
E. Paul Brouillet 
Lisa M. Archibald 
Paul M. Sweeney 
Nicole M. Shiner 
Horatio S. M. Green 
Kathy L. Killgren 
Lloyd E. Cunningham 
Linda M. Freehart 
Mark A. Gabel 
Kendra J. Amadio 
Timothy R. Cox 
Connie L, Weier 
Douglas J. W. Gerwin 



32 Raymond T. Harno 

Brenda White 
26 Rafael M. Requena 

Maria del Rosario Navarro 
24 Robert K. Dehnke 

Linda R. McFarland 
26 Frederick J. Dollen Sr. 

Martha J. Hutchens 
20 Gregory M. Howard 

Ingrid B. Lamminen 

20 Richard C. Zwicker 
Theresa L. Equatore 

49 James R. Blair 
Elizabeth Signor 

53 Willard Batchelder 
Gertrude Frost 

28 Lawrence C. Urana 

Milagros L. Blanco 
36 Arnold M. McCalmont 

Rebekah R. Wright 
22 Stephen K. Blanchard 

Margaret O. Beaver 
22 James C. Bell Sr. 

Loretta J. Putnam 
28 Armand H. Lozeau 

Irma R. Whitney 
28 Kenneth R. Smith 

Ruth H. Gage 
36 Ernest Litchfield 

Rose M. Lepine 

54 Leon A. Brouillet 
Rowena Wheeler 

24 Willard Archibald Jr. 
Patricia E. Pillsbury 

26 Francis W. Sweeney 
Theodora B. Morrison 

21 Kenneth Shiner 
Roberta Pelletier 

21 Horatio G. Green 

Kathleen F. Portanova 

30 Richard M. Killgren 
Greta R. Johnson 

42 Lawrence E. Cunningham 
Pauline C. Novak 

27 Hubert Freehart 
Patricia M. Noland 

34 Laverne R. Gabel 

Beverly A. Drew 
1 9 Robert S. Amadio 

Brenda J. Caron 
24 Ronald C. Cox Sr. 

Beverly J. Parker 
44 Edward S. Kinney 

Elizabeth L. Olson 

43 Edgar E. W. Gerwin 
Elsie L. Davis 



NAME & STATION 
OF OFFICIANT 

Jane K. Farrell 
Justice of the Peace 



Michael H. Meyer 
Pastor 



Natalie R. Manor 
Justice of the Peace 



Gerald N. Scribner 
Minister 



Jane K. Farrell 
Justice of the Peace 



Dana C. Miller 
Clergy 

Dana C. Miller 
Clergy 



Gerald N. Scribner 
Reverend 



Gerald J. Dion 
Associate Pastor 



George L. Ayres 
Justice of the Peace 



Honey Hastings 
Justice of the Peace 



Edna M. Worcester 
Justice of the Peace 



Kathleen Legault 
Justice of the Peace 



S. Philip Brooks 
Justice of the Peace 



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MARRIAGES REGISTERED IN THE TOWN OF WILTON 
FOR THE YEAR ENDING 1993 



DATE PLACE 

Aug. 21 Lynde. 

Sept. 16 Turkey 

Sept. 18 Bedford 

Oct. 2 Wilton 

Oct. 3 Wilton 

Oct. 10 Nashua 

Oct. 23 Lynde. 

Oct. 30 Mirford 

Nov. 27 Temple 

Nov. 28 Nashua 

Dec. 17 Manch. 



BRIDE & GROOM 

Melissa A Moore 
Gary S. Crooker 
Karen A. Anderson 
Daniel J. Cullinan 
Dianne K. Smith 
Henry S. Phillips 
Emelienne M. Gibbons 
Frank W.Hill 
Susan M. Hanshaw 
Bradford N. Dixon 
Kimberly J. Marden 
David O. Williams 
Jessie R. Evans 
John K. Garabrant 
Julienne L. Duclos 
Donald M. Byrd 
Carolyn L. Johnson 
James W. Quinn 
Julie A. Bushey 
Edward F. McGovern III 
Louisa G. LaRochelle 
Richard A. Steinbach 



AGE PARENTS 



33 



Norman E. Moore Sr 

Kathleen M. Coppinger 
42 Wesley B. Crooker 

Lillian R. Elliott 
32 Carl E. Anderson 

Ann E. Simon 
46 Joseph T. Cullinan 

Cecile A. Bergeron 
39 Albert L Smith 

Rose C. Misinsky 
35 Sanford L Phillips 

Delia A Walker 
54 William J. Gibbons Sr. 

Emelienne L. Bergeron 
64 Ernest W.Hill 

Lestina Waldron 
34 Benjamin S. Grech 

Elsie A. Ivaneich 
38 Everard N. Dixon 

Carol E. Redonnet 
23 James Conn ley 

Pamela A. Marden 
28 Billy R. Williams 

Cecile A. Lavernway 
21 Charles R. Evans Sr. 

Regina M. Woodbury 
23 Kenneth H. Garabrant 

Judith A. Ranier 
64 David T. Lizotte 

Emilia M. Paradis 
69 Watson E. Byrd 

Lura Maxwell 

45 Isaac K. Blanchard 
Winifred Dupell 

46 Albert A. Quinn 
Ruth Fish 

20 Edward L. Bushey 

Janice C. Green 
1 9 Edward F. McGovern Jr. 

Katherine Kurdonik 

47 James E. Manning 
Priscilla J. Moss 

46 Stanley L. Steinbach 
Ruth M. Greene 



NAME & STATION 
OF OFFICIANT 

Gerald N. Scribner 
Reverend 



Not Stated 



Jeffrey E. Brown 
Reverend 



Fr. Andrew W. Cryans 
Pastor 



Kenneth A. Clarke 
Minister 



James M. Addonizio 
Justice of the Peace 



Harold W. Gregory 
Pastor 



Dana C. Miller 
Clergy 



Hubert Henry 
Reverend 



James M. Addonizio 
Justice of the Peace 



Cynthia L Fennelly 
Reverend 



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DEATHS REGISTERED IN THE TOWN OF WILTON 
FOR THE YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 31, 1993 



Date 


Place 


Name of i 


Age 


Name of 


Name of 








Deceased 




Father 


Mother 


Jan. 


2 


Nashua 


Mary E. Burbee 


76 John L. Muzzey 


Elizabeth Griffin 


Feb. 


10 


Peterborough 


Richard W.St. Clair 


87 


Samuel W. St. Clair 


Helen Goneau 


Mar. 


2 


Wilton 


Herbert T. Klein 


76 


Benjamin Klein 


Anna Greengold 


Mar. 


8 


Boston, MA 


Doris V. McGettigan 


55 


Philip Benoit 


Martha Benoit 


Mar. 


29 


Nashua 


Cecelia E. Byrd 


67 


Joseph Devine 


Mae Kelley 


May 


4 


Peterborough 


Welby P. Lowe 


85 


Page A. Lowe 


Bessie Smith 


May 


5 


Wilton 


Frederick C. Starkey 


81 


Frederick Starkey 


Minnie Welch 


May 


16 


Wilton 


Mary T. Young 


98 


Norman W. Tucker 


Manila Gatton 


May 


17 


Milford 


Raymond P. Galloway 


83 


Raymond M. Galloway 


Ethel M. Prentiss 


May 


31 


Nashua 


Rudolph J. Vaillancourt 79 


Amedee Vaillancourt 


Angelina Beausoleil 


July 


11 


Wilton 


Grace A. Klein 


74 


Frank Chodorov 


Celia Markowitz 


July 


27 


Nashua 


Fred Wilkinson 


92 


Sam Wilkinson 


Elizabeth Wakefield 


Aug. 


21 


Nashua 


Richard D. Haggerty Jr. 


47 


Richard D Haggerty Sr Gabrielle Arel 


Oct. 


3 


Concord 


Frank W. Calderara Sr. 


59 


Emilio J. Calderara 


Nina Wood 


Oct. 


22 


Boston, MA 


Julia J. Van Veen 6 mth 


Christopher Van Veen 


Denise Guillemette 


Oct. 


22 


Wilton 


Milfred T. Peters 


88 


Harry W.Trow 


Emma J. McAfee 


Nov. 


25 


Wilton 


Louise E. Popple 


80 


Max Kreysig 


Lilly Roediger 


Nov. 


29 


Nashua 


Elizabeth L. Beebe 


73 


Fred Lenz 


Grace Chandler 


Dec. 


3 


Nashua 


William N.Wright Jr. 


74 


William N. Wright Sr. 


Ruby Pierson 



The following record was unavailable at the time the 1992 town report was published: 

Mar. 21 Nashua Miriam L Smith 75 Cecil K. Lyans Laura McDowell 



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BURIALS REGISTERED IN THE TOWN OF WILTON 
FOR THE YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 31, 1993 



Date 


i 


Place of 


Name of 


Age 


Place of 






Death 


Deceased 




Burial 


Jan. 


2 


Peterborough 


Bernice R. Frye 


92 


Laurel Hill 


Jan. 


5 


Nashua 


Mary E. Burbee 


76 


Laurel Hill 


Feb. 


25 


Milford 


Frank Burbee Sr. 


76 


Laurel Hill 


Mar. 


18 


Manchester 


Edwin M. Harmon 


75 


Laurel Hill 


Mar. 


19 


Orlando, FL 


Bradford T. Paro 


24 


Laurel Hill 


Mar. 


31 


Nashua 


Cecelia E. Byrd 


67 


Mount Calvary 


Mar. 


31 


Jaffrey 


Edna B. Stephens 


85 


Laurel Hill 


Apr. 


21 


Nashua 


Helen A. Herlihy 


84 


Mount Calvary 


Apr. 


22 


Tampa, FL 


Bertha M. Soucy 


84 


Mount Calvary 


May 


9 


Boston, MA 


Doris V. McGettigan 


55 


Mount Calvary 


May 


10 


Peterborough 


Welby P. Lowe 


85 


Laurel Hill 


May 


11 


Milford 


Mary E. Gibbons 


92 


Mount Calvary 


May 


18 


Manchester 


Zatae W. Sullivan 


83 


Mount Calvary 


May 


21 


Wilton 


Mary T. Young 


98 


Vale End 


May 


22 


Cantone, NC 


Amy Felch 


92 


Laurel Hill 


June 


4 


Nashua 


Rudolph J. Vaillancourt 


79 


Mount Calvary 


June 


15 


Peterborough 


Nellie M. Doucette 


80 


Mount Calvary 


July 


3 


Needham, MA 


Maria E. Schwarz 


85 


Vale End 


Aug. 


3 


Nashua 


Fred Wilkinson 


92 


Laurel Hill 


Aug. 


24 


Nashua 


Richard D. Haggerty Jr. 


47 


Mount Calvary 


Sept. 


7 


Gardner, MA 


Agnes D. Divoll 


73 


Mount Calvary 


Sept. 


21 


Nashua 


Elizabeth M. Bellavance 


80 


Laurel Hill 


Sept. 


22 


Nashua 


Doris E. Annis 


83 


Laurel Hill 


Oct. 


18 


Concord 


Frank W. Calderara Sr. 


59 


Laurel Hill 


Oct. 


26 


Wilton 


Mildred T. Peters 


88 


Mount Calvary 


Oct. 


27 


Boston, MA 


Julia J. Van Veen 


6 mths 


Mount Calvary 


Nov. 


5 


Southington, CT 


Helen M. Shea 


83 


Mount Calvary 


Nov. 


6 


Peterborough 


Rita E. Smith 


80 


Mount Calvary 


Dec. 


2 


Nashua 


Elizabeth L Beebe 


73 


Laurel Hill 


Dec. 


16 


Manchester 


Edith M. Gauthier 


63 


Laurel Hill 


Dec. 


16 


Boston, MA 


Blanche Welch 


90 


Laurel Hill 



78 



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TAXABLE PROPERTIES 

AS OF 

APRIL 1,1993 



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TITLE 
DATE 



PROPERTY INVENTORY MASTER LIST 
10/20/93 TRANSFER CTL* 202 



TOWN OF WILTON* N.H, 
SEQUENCED BY NAME - TAXES ROUNDED * 



MUNICIPAL TAX BILLING SYSTEM 
PAGE* 1 



t SELECTED BY: ALL PROPERTIES 
ACT* PROPERTY OWNER 


SER* 


BUILDING 
HAP* LOT* VALUE 


LAND 
VALUE 


CURRENT 
USE 1 


EXEHPTIONS 
)FF VALUATION 


NET 
VALUATION 


6 Abbott Heioriol Trust* E J 
6 Abbott Hewriol Trust* E J 
8 Abbott* Willi*. N 
8 Abbott* Willioi H 
8 Abbott* WilliQi H 


2 

14 
10 
15 
16 


J-103 

J-104-02 

F-167 

F-173 

K-105 






128*100 R 


300 R 
1,700 C 


32,800 R 






909 

1,709 











30Q 
1,700 

90?| 

Ii70?| 

160*90«j 


8 Abbott* Willioi H 17 

8 Abbott* Willioi M 18 

8 Abbott* Willioi H 1869 

2767 Adois* Ruth G 20 

28 Adee Trust* Sarah Ingrid Coily 1563 


L-005 
F-113 

C-113 
B-088 


6,000 R 
6*300 R 

N 
38,160 R 




6,800 R 

4,200 R 

N 

15,400 R 

18,100 R 
















12,80C 
10,504: 

c 

53* 560 J 

18, IOC 


4908 Agons, David J t Gail B 
10 Allen* Theresa 
29 Ally, Eorl J t Terry L 
47 Alsfeld, Jane 
47 Alsfeld* Jane 


1835 
11 
12 
21 
22 


H-057-08 

J-118 

F-049 

D-059 

D-060 



28*500 R 
23*730 R 






18,300 R 

6,800 R 

9,900 R 

14,100 R 

12,900 R 
















18,30( 
35,30( 
33,630 

14, ir 

12,90c. 


47 Alsfeld* Jane 
11 Alsfeld* Hichoel L 
5184 Aluiinui Costings Inc 
13 Aiidon* Anne Marie 
13 Aiidon* Anne Marie 


23 

1709 

1399 

24 

25 


J-136 
K-005 
D-092 
D-076 
D-076-A 


73,700 R 

42*500 R 

105,800 I 

64*700 R 

2*200 H 


17,800 R 
13,800 R 
33,700 I 
20,200 R 

















91,50c] 
56,30* 

139,501 
84,90(' 
2,2O0| 


13 Aiidon* Anne Horie 
13 Aiidon* Anne Horie 
13 Aiidon* Anne Horie 
13 Aiidon* Anne Horie 
4446 Andersen* George L 


26 
27 
28 
29 
921 


D-076-B 
D-076-C 
D-076-D 
D-076-E 
C-076 


5,000 R 
1,900 H 
3,100 H 
4,400 R 
112,000 R 






23,600 R 
















5,005] 
l,9flol 
3,MC 
4,40T 
135,604 : 


16 Anderson* Corl E I Ann E 
1054 Anderson* Christopher J 
2084 Anderson* R Hichoel 
4418 Andrew* Paul J 
2677 Andruss* Rose H 


31 

32 

951 

159 

896 


J-052 

D-103 

H-lll-05 

D-078 

DX-095-30 


28,400 C 
14,400 R 
43,400 R 
25,100 R 
35,500 R 


13,500 C 
19,700 R 
16,800 R 
20,600 R 
6,100 R 
















41,?«{ 
34, «[ 

41,60< 
f 


17 Andy's Suner Ployhouse 
3466 Anfuso* Dennis 

18 April* Charles H 

4321 Area Agency Properties Inc 
20 Arends* Koj-Aoge 


33 
612 

34 
341 

35 


C-082 

J-090-01-A 

H-076 

B-118 

C-064 


38,400 R 
18,400 R 
64,400 R 
57,400 N 
159,200 R 


18,500 R 
3,000 R 
22,100 R 
26,200 N 
33,100 R 
















56*W|° 

86,5<Xj 

83,6*? 
1923 < 


20 Arends* Koj-Aoge 
1056 Ashford* Nancy 

23 Atuood* Arthur C 

24 Atuood* Gory A 
24 Atwood* Gory A 


36 
38 
39 
40 
41 


C-064-A 

B-143 

F-083 

F-083-07 

F-081 


25,700 C 
19,300 R 
65,900 R 







15*100 R 
28*100 R 










76 
302 









25,7* ( 
34,4k [ 

94,0* f 1 

7:fl 
30. 
li 


24 Atwood* Gary A 

26 Audette* Wilfred J 

27 Ayotte* Nancy A 
2687 Bobineou* Arthur 
2687 Bobineou* Arthur 


42 

44 

45 

1307 

1308 


F-082 
B-158 
J-001 
D-020 
D-040 


57,500 R 
45,700 R 
51,100 R 


80 ° 


25*100 R 

18*000 R 

6,400 R 

17,800 R 




175 





1,912 

272 









82,77'!! 
63,7*4! 
57,50! \i 
19,711] » 

11" 



TITLE J PROPERTY INVENTORY MASTER LIST 
DATE I 10/20/93 TRANSFER CTL# 202 



TOWN OF WILTON, N.H. 
SEQUENCED BY NAME - TAXES ROUNDED * 



MUNICIPAL TAX BILLING SYSTEM 
PAGE* 2 



t SELECTED BY! ALL PROPERTIES 
ACT« PROPERTY OWNER 



SER4 


NAP* 


1309 


D-070 


1310 


D-071 


1311 


B-085 


1727 


B-083 


1734 


D-039 


1735 


D-041 


987 


DX-095-39 


46 


H-065 


1160 


H-052 


1848 


F-123-02 


SO 


H-119 


51 


H-090 


52 


C-114 


53 


H-069 


1098 


DX-095-19 


674 


F-055 


1851 


H-lll-08 


1854 


H-lll-11 


1855 


H-lll-12 


54 


C-103 


55 


F-013 


56 


D-082-04 


57 


J-008 


646 


J-036 


647 


K-008 


58 


C-073 


1115 


H-121-01 


1116 


H-121-02 


1417 


H-043 


1699 


B-153 


61 


L-020 


63 


K-108 


64 


D-100 


65 


F-046 


68 


K-127 


1354 


E-041 


69 


C-135 


70 


K-135 


71 


F-041 


72 


K-006 


73 


F-083-05 


74 


J-124 


75 


B-021 


76 


J-007 


77 


D-134 



LOT! 



BUILDING 


LAND 


CURRENT 


EXEMPTIONS 


NET 


VALUE 


VALUE 


USE 


)FF VALUATION 


VALUATION 








2,949 





2,949 








688 





688 








5 





5 





2,800 R 








2,800 





5,200 R 








5,200 





15,100 R 








15,100 


36,800 R 


6,100 R 








42,900 


64,300 R 


18,700 R 








83,000 


1,000 R 


14,500 R 








15,500 


R 


R 


448 





448 


51,200 R 


27,000 R 








78,200 


105,000 R 


22,700 R 








127,700 


34,600 R 


12,800 R 








47,400 


42,150 R 


19,600 R 








61,750 


37,580 R 


6,100 R 








43,680 


88,000 R 


14,800 R 








102,800 





16,800 R 








16,800 





16,800 R 








16,800 





16,800 R 








16,800 


38,600 C 


23,100 C 








61,700 


33,700 C 


12,600 C 








46,300 





11,720 R 








11,720 


41,900 R 


9,900 R 








51,800 


43,600 R 


6,000 R 








49,600 


55,200 R 


13,200 R 








68,400 


104,760 R 


22,200 R 








126,960 





14,400 R 








14,400 





14,800 R 








14,800 


59,200 R 


23,000 R 








82,200 


54,880 R 


20,000 R 








74,880 


30,700 R 


20,900 R 








51,600 


39,900 R 


10,000 R 








49,900 





3,500 R 








3,500 


29,600 R 


19,600 R 








49,200 


35,200 R 


11,300 R 








46,500 


71,800 R 


18,300 R 








90,100 





18,000 R 








18,000 


22,900 R 


11,300 R 








34,200 


39,700 C 


21,100 C 








60,800 


36,700 R 


18,800 R 








55,500 


59,500 R 


21,800 R 








81,300 


45,300 R 


7,400 R 








52,700 








1,539 





1,539 


39,700 R 


10,100 R 








49,800 


26,200 R 


19,900 R 








46,100 



2687 Bobineau, Arthur 
2687 Bobineou, Arthur 
2687 Bobineou, Arthur 
2687 Babineou, Arthur 
2687 Bobineau, Arthur 

2687 BabinMu, Arthur 
4769 Bachelder, Glen C 
30 Backhaus, Fred H 
3506 Badger Fort Realty Trust 
4297 Baillargeon, Kevin A 

32 Bajek, Joaes J 

33 Bakaian, Bruce K 
35 Baker, Thoaas 6 

37 Bolboni, Richard A 
1246 Baldwin, Richard T I Linda H 

3582 Ballou, Donald J 
5139 Bank of New Hampshire 
5139 Bank of New Haapshire 
5139 Bonk of New Haapshire 

1057 Bonks Jr, Royaond 

39 Barnes, Charles L 

41 Barnes, Gary H i Lucy 6 

42 Barnes, Sidney E 
647 Barnett, Sheila M 
647 Barnett, Sheila H 

44 Barnett, Thoaos 
1262 Barrett Trust, Maud 
4878 Barrett Trust, Thornton 8 
4005 Barrett, Phillip S 
5166 Barzee, Donald L 

56 Basha, J Richard 
60 Bostug, Atila 

62 Batchelder, Grace 

63 Batchelder, Haynard t Laveme 

65 Batchelder, Villiaa R 

4022 Bottaqlia, Paul V 

1058 touch, Williaa C 

66 Bausha, Walter 

67 Baytore, John C 

69 Beach Jr, George C 

71 Beaa, Calvin L 
71 Beaa, Calvin L 
74 Bean, Edna K 

74 Bean, Edna K 

75 Beard, Cleveland W 



81 



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DATE 



PROPERTY INVENTORY MASTER LIST 
10/20/93 TRANSFER CTL* 202 



TOWN OF WILTON, N»H» 
SEQUENCED BY NAME - TAXES ROUNDED * 



MUNICIPAL TAX BILLING SYSTEM 
PAGE* 3 



* SELECTED BY 5 ALL PROPERTIES 
ACT* PROPERTY OWNER 



SER* NAP* 



LOT* 



77 Beard, Will lib K 
79 Beaver, John 
3691 Beck, Jennifer S 
81 Beebe, David 
81 Beebe, David 

81 Beebe, David 
3681 Beech, Michael E 
4430 Belancik, Alan E 
1059 Belcher, Travis J 
4876 Belhuieur, Ronald C 

83 Bell, Jean S 

2824 Belliveau, David C 

84 Belt, Thoias G 
3918 Benedict, David L 

89 Benoit, Nary K 

90 Benson, Kii T 
3628 Bent, Charles J 

92 Bent-Burke Post *10 

93 Berger, Stephen D 
95 Bergeron, Annette P 

95 Bergeron, Annette P 
5135 Bergeron, Michael J 

96 Berghorn, Alfred U 
1063 Bergin, Eiier S 

98 Berrey, Harold I Maryann 

98 Berrey, Harold & Maryann 

99 Bertrand Revocable Trust 
100 Berube, Wilfred 

104 Beytes, Bertha Wegener 

105 Bica Sr, John F 

107 Bier, George A 
110 Bills, Joseph C 
112 Bingham, G Benjaiin 
114 Bird, Leo E 

119 Black, Mavis C 

3187 Blackburn, Sharon 

120 Black*er, David E 
120 Blackier, David E 

120 Blackier, David E 

121 Blagbrough, Williai P 



78 D-135 

79 K-103 
1265 A-011 

80 H-018 

81 H-019 

82 H-024 
1199 D-113 
1360 B-090 

83 C-150 
1522 B-062 

84 F-044 
761 DX-095-24 

85 D-044 
887 L-055 

88 C-098 

89 K-114 
1142 F-083-04 

90 K-017 

92 K-022 

93 K-113 

94 K-141 
2014 H-002-03 

95 B-089 

96 K-081 

1565 DX-095-29 

1566 DX-095-03 

97 B-006 

98 K-019 
100 H-122 

102 B-054 

103 D-099 

106 K-044 

107 C-121 

108 C-125 

110 D-038 

1608 A-041 

111 A-072 

112 C-007 

113 C-0O7-01 

114 A-022 



123 Blair Revocable Trust, Anthony 115 A-034 

124 Blair, Dorris A 116 C-112 
3639 Blake, Richard K 802 C-015 

127 Blanchard Auto Salvage 118 F-172 

133 Blanchard Trust, Myra 123 C-077-01 



BUILDING 


LAND 


CURRENT 


EXEMPTIONS 


VALUE 


VALUE 


USE 1 


)FF VALUATION 


40,200 R 


19,800 R 








59*200 C 


14,000 C 








47,500 R 


21,000 R 








71,600 R 


18,200 R 














913 








19,300 R 








33,700 R 


14,200 R 








121,100 R 


27,100 R 








5,900 R 


18,000 R 


386 





111,600 R 


17,900 R 








28,200 R 


19,900 R 








35,500 R 


6,100 R 








66,600 R 


21,910 R 


403 





44,500 R 


15,200 R 








61,400 R 


25,700 R 








34,600 R 


8,000 R 








65,800 R 


21,900 R 








79,500 N 


13,800 N 








51,300 R 


12,000 R 








35,300 R 


11,300 R 








43,700 R 


11,300 R 











13,700 R 








65,400 R 


23,100 R 








28,300 R 


10,100 R 








35,500 R 


6,100 R 








35,500 R 


6,100 R 








18,800 R 


28,200 R 








34,300 R 


11,300 R 











25,200 R 








86,500 R 


18,950 R 








30,300 I 


28,900 I 


908 





22,100 R 


21,000 R 








73,600 R 


15,600 R 








155,900 R 


48,000 R 


571 





26,800 R 


12,800 R 











12,200 R 











51,200 R 








213,800 C 


45,700 C 








143,400 R 


36,200 R 








93,700 R 


23,600 R 








146,400 R 


52,600 R 








76,500 R 


11,000 R 








82,300 R 


12,200 R 








16,700 C 


40,950 C 








12,500 R 


20,000 R 









NET 
VALUATION 



82 



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DATE 



PROPERTY INVENTORY MASTER LIST 
10/20/93 TRANSFER CTL* 202 



TOWN OF WILTON, N.H. 
SEQUENCED BY NAME - TAXES ROUNDED * 



MUNICIPAL TAX BILLING SYSTEM 
PAGE* 4 



* SELECTED BYt ALL PROPERTIES 
ACT* PROPERTY OWNER 



SER# MAP* 



LOT* 



BUILDING 


LAND 


CURRENT 


EXEMPTIONS 


NET 


VALUE 


VALUE 


USE 


OFF VALUATION 


VALUATION 





18,600 R 








18,600 


53,400 R 


20,700 R 


767 





74,867 


900 R 


14,800 R 








15,700 


34,500 R 


3,100 R 








37,600 


38,200 R 


11,800 R 








50,000 


81,200 R 


19,800 R 








101,000 





18,600 R 








18,600 


20,000 R 


8,900 R 








28,900 


58,300 R 


19,300 R 








77,600 


42,200 R 


26,850 R 








69,050 


12,000 R 


18,000 R 


1,739 





31,739 


93,400 R 


20,800 R 


2,254 





116,454 


48,700 R 


20,200 R 








68,900 


35,500 R 


6,100 R 








41,600 


29,600 R 


20,000 R 








49,600 


79,700 R 


23,240 R 


1,470 





104,410 








15 





15 








259 





259 


34,700 R 


14,733 R 


127 





49,560 


85,100 R 


23,400 R 








108,500 


21,400 R 


16,000 R 








37,400 


29,400 R 


8,100 R 








37,500 


47,900 R 


19,900 R 








67,800 





5,500 C 








5,500 





1,400 C 








1,400 


44,000 R 


16,000 R 








60,000 


23,100 R 


12,600 R 








35,700 





12,200 R 








12,200 





12,200 R 








12,200 





15,000 R 








15,000 


41,300 R 


19,900 R 





o 


61,200 


75,600 R 


18,700 R 








94,300 


42,500 R 


13,700 R 








56,200 


50,300 R 


8,000 R 








58,300 


29,800 R 


19,600 R 








49,400 





200 R 








200 


62,800 R 


35,900 R 








98,700 


116,400 R 


38,400 R 








154,800 


65,700 R 


22,600 R 








88,300 


35,700 R 


19,800 R 








55,500 


64,300 R 


21,000 R 








85,300 


24,600 R 


13,600 R 








38,200 





10,200 R 








10,200 





11,300 R 








11,300 


38,200 R 


20,900 R 








59,100 



1860 Blanchard, Heidi G 


1786 


D-133-02 


128 Blanchard, Isaac K 


119 


D-133 


128 Blanchard, Isaac K 


120 


F-001 


128 Blanchard, Isaac K 


121 


C-077 


3044 Blanchard, Mark C 


634 


K-084 


134 Blanchard, Stephen K 


124 


K-026 


134 Blanchard, Stephen K 


1785 


D-133-01 


136 Blanchette, Gladys A 


125 


K-162 


139 Blanchette, Robert 


126 


J-025 


141 Blanchette, Ronald J 


127 


H-058-01 


143 Bluhi, Peter D 


128 


F-150 


143 Bluhn, Peter D 


129 


F-134 


145 Blundo Jr, Nicholas 


130 


F-074 


5187 Bly, Gertrude 


1207 


DX-095-33 


4725 Boqdan, Donald R 


1526 


F-064 


147 Bohosiewicz, Carol Thorne 


131 


D-003 


147 Bohosiewicz, Carol Thome 


132 


D-004 


149 Bolton, Diane P 


, 134 


F-084 


149 Bolton, Diane P 


135 


F-085 


152 Booth Jr, George M 


136 


H-100 


153 Dorian, Eric H 


137 


C-108 


1 156 Boska, Susan L 


138 


J-081 


14450 Bosquet, Tiiothy D 


885 


F-069 


1 157 Boston I Maine Railroad 


140 


G-014 


157 Boston 1 Maine Railroad 


141 


G-018 


158 Boudreau, Deborah E 


145 


K-137 


1644 Bouley, John L 


1419 


H-013 


161 Boutin, Alice 


148 


M-007 


161 Boutin, Alice 


149 


M-034 


161 Boutin, Alice 


150 


M-035 


162 Boutin, Ronald W 


151 


M-006 


> 164 Boutwell, Carl S 


152 


H-094 


t 167 Boutwell, Elier C 


155 


F-034 


1 718 Boutwell, Jates C 


1567 


K-023 


•■ 169 Boutwell, Williai A 


156 


F-033 


* 171 Bowen Heirs, Luke J 


158 


K-131 


10 001 Bowian, Tiiothy 


509 


H-037 


10 173 Boynton Estate, Kenneth 


157 


A-012 


I 177 Braqdon, Carole J 


160 


M-018 


M 178 Braqdon, Robert A 


161 


F-031-01 


00 115 Brasseur, Brian J 


1137 


H-006-01 


00 181 Bratten, Douqlas P 


166 


A-065 


i04 181 Bratten, Douqlas P 


167 


A-065-01 


tf 181 Bratten, Douqlas P 


168 


A-066 


$ )65 Braun, Marlin A 


169 


M-057 



83 



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DATE 



PROPERTY INVENTORY MASTER LIST 
10/20/93 TRANSFER CTL* 202 



TOWN OF WILTON, N.H. 
SEQUENCED BY NAHE - TAXES ROUNDED * 



MUNICIPAL TAX BILLING SYSTEM' 
PAGE* 5 



* SELECTED BYt ALL PROPERTIES 
ACT* PROPERTY OWNER 



SER* HAP* 



LOT* 



BUILDING 
VALUE 



LAND 
VALUE 



CURRENT 
USE 



EXEMPTIONS 
OFF VALUATION 



4128 Bray, Robin L 
4802 Brennan, Jones M 
4416 Brennan, Ryan P 
182 Brennan, Thonas P 
4965 Brett, Eric 

4346 Brewster, Janice G 

184 BrighaB, Theodore F 
4536 Brightftan, Judith 
4536 Brighton, Judith 

187 Brochu, Paul E 

1836 Brochu, Paul J 
1836 Brochu, Paul J 

190 BrodericK, Michael 

194 Brodeur, Dennis R 

194 Brodeur, Dennis R 

196 BrooKes, Spencer C 

198 Brooks, Carlton H 

199 Brooks, S Philip i Virginia 

203 Brookshire, Lynne 
1847 Brown, Carlene M 

1847 Brown, Carlene M 
1067 Brown, Donald D 

204 Brown, Jared 

206 Brown, Lawrence A 
1071 Brown, Ronald E 

209 BruhRuller, Harold 
5058 Bruwer Realty Trust 

212 Bucko, Mary B 

213 Budd, Ross S 

218 Bullock, Warren W 

220 Bunyard, Claud S 
222 Burbee, Frank 

222 Burbee, Frank 

223 Burbee, Frederick 
227 Burelle, Gary R 

5138 Burger, Norman M 
1047 Burns Jr, Williai J 
4420 Burns, Glenn C 

230 Burns, John E 

232 Bursey, David W 

232 Bursey, David W 
234 Burton Realty Trust 
234 Burton Realty Trust 
234 Burton Realty Trust 
234 Burton Realty Trust 



881 


B-079 


199 


L-037 


1852 


H-l 11-09 


170 


J-0B3 


1626 


H-088 


1752 


C-128-02 


171 


H-035 


957 


C-021 


958 


C-021-01 


173 


D-109 


1874 


B-140-07 


393 


M-026 


175 


M-049 


176 


D-056 


177 


B-056-01 


179 


L-002 


178 


C-041 


180 


B-003 


182 


K-035 


153 


F-036 


154 


K-060 


183 


B-064-01 


184 


K-110 


186 


M-031 


187 


B-137 


188 


FX-161-02 


1121 


B-150 


189 


K-142 


190 


K-090 


193 


H-107-05 


194 


D-005 


195 


C-054 


1746 


C-055 


196 


C-014 


198 


C-104 


181 


M-046 


201 


C-019 


725 


K-151 


200 


B-092 


202 


F-020 


203 


F-035 


204 


A-006 


205 


C-001 


206 


A-006-03 


207 


A-006-01 



56,400 R 


20,200 R 








76,60' 


28,100 R 


8,000 R 








36,10J 


40,700 R 


16,800 R 








57,50u 


37,300 R 


11,500 R 








48,80 ili 


68,300 R 


22,500 R 








90,80^ 


46,000 R 


19,110 R 








65,11 


59,100 R 


21,100 R 








80,20 


63,900 R 


22,000 R 








85,90 


64,700 R 


22,000 R 








86,70 j 


32,800 R 


20,800 R 








53,60; 





18,300 R 








18,30 


34,260 fi 


18,500 R 








52,76 


26,900 R 


16,900 R 








43,80 


35,300 R 


13,500 R 








48,80 


11,100 R 











11,10. 


42,900 R 


11,000 R 








53,90 


45,900 R 


22,800 R 








68,70 


61,700 R 


20,500 R 








82,20 j 


33,800 R 


11,000 R 








44,80 


27,700 R 


9,900 R 








37,60 


42,300 R 


5,100 R 








47,4C? 
16,95; 





16,950 R 








37,900 R 


11,300 R 








49, 2C, 


43,900 R 


18,500 R 








62,4C' 


65,500 R 


25,700 R 








91,2( 


2,200 M 











2,2( 


52,200 R 


18,300 R 








70,5< ( 


36,400 R 


11,300 R 








47, 7< 


21,300 R 


7,200 R 








28,5< 


60,000 R 


22,300 R 








82,31 


84,700 R 


25,400 R 








112,1' 


28,100 R 


9,000 R 








37,i< 





100 R 








K 


45,400 R 


21,800 R 








67,2i 


61,900 C 


25,200 C 








87,li 


72,200 R 


18,500 R 








90, 7' i 


54,400 R 


19,700 R 








74,1 


18,200 R 


8,900 R 








27,1 


115,000 R 


21,900 R 








136,9 





1,600 R 








1,6! I 


146,000 C 


30,500 C 








176,51 2 





15,600 R 








15,6 « 
46,6; « 





46,600 R 











2,700 R 








2,7! 1 





12,400 R 








12,* » 



84 



TITLE 
DATE 



PROPERTY INVENTORY MASTER LIST 
10/20/93 ' TRANSFER CTL* 202 



TOWN OF WILTON, N.H. 
SEQUENCED BY NAME - TAXES ROUNDED * 



MUNICIPAL TAX BILLING SYSTEM 
PAGE* 6 



t SELECTED BYt ALL PROPERTIES 
ACT* PROPERTY OWNER 



SER* MAP* 



LOT* 



BUILDING 
VALUE 



LAND 
VALUE 



CURRENT 
USE 



EXEMPTIONS 
OFF VALUATION 



NET 
VALUATION 



234 Burton Realty Trust 

238 Byas, Deborah 

239 Byers, John S 
241 Byrd, Donald M 

4967 Byrnes, Robert M 



208 
210 
211 
214 
419 



A-006-02 

M-029 

DX-095-06 

J-120 

A-020 




45,900 R 
35,500 R 
12,000 R 
38,200 R 



1,600 R 
16,900 R 

6,100 R 
10,800 R 
22,000 R 



1,600 
62,800 
41,600 
22,800 
60,200 



245 Cady, Michael W 

247 Cahoon, Judith H 
4554 Caiado Sr, Manuel J 
5059 Calderara, Darold I Dawn 

250 Calderara, Elizabeth A 

249 Calderara, Marcia L 
252 Caipbell, Stewart V 
252 Ca»pbell, Stewart V 
254 Cann Revocable Trust, Edna 
254 Cann Revocable Trust, Edna 

258 Carlin, David P 

261 Carlsiith, D Ann 
4890 Carlson Revocable Trust, Edna 
fi) 4890 Carlson Revocable Trust, Edna 
I 2662 Carpenter, H Whitney 

IN 1076 Carson, Richard F 
C 2082 Carson, Ronald D 
$3672 Carter Jr, Leonard N 

263 Carter, Harvey J 

265 Carter, Richard t Beverly 



,H 266 Cass, Harley G 
,5) 271 Castro, Elizabeth A 
,j( 272 Caswell, Ronald Y 
,51 4326 Cate, Christopher J 
jt 3948 Cauchon, Edward L 



,i; 



274 Cavallaro, Jans 
,1^4393 Celia M Tuttle Revoc Trust 

275 Center, Starr R 
1,24 276 Center, Winston L 
1,11 278 Chabot, Paul E 



gj 278 Chabot, Paul E 

280 Chalet Susse International 
280 Chalet Susse International 
^280 Chalet Susse International 
^280 Chalet Susse International 



283 Chaiberlain, Curtis W 
635 Chaaberlin, Kristin 
j 362 Charters, Marqaret P 
''o 286 Chaput, Peter J 
288 Charette, Nonan 



215 BX-119 


17,800 M 











17,800 


216 E-007 


103,500 R 


19,080 R 


3,227 





125,807 


133 D-062 


61,200 R 


20,200 R 








81,400 


219 D-021 





1,300 R 








1,300 


218 J-002 


15,800 R 


10,500 R 








26,300 


217 D-057 


45,800 R 


20,000 R 








65,800 


220 J-015 


30,000 R 


7,200 R 








37,200 


221 JX-101 


500 C 











500 


222 A-045 








104 





104 


223 A-044 


96,800 R 


29,000 R 


676 





126,476 


226 B-094 


47,400 R 


15,700 R 








63,100 


227 C-050 


69,250 R 


22,200 R 








91,450 


817 B-001 





15,900 R 








15,900 


818 B-002 


101,120 R 


19,500 R 








120,620 


172 AX-039-11 


47,400 R 











47,400 


230 K-064 


43,700 C 


25,000 C 








68,700 


904 K-097-02 


46,500 R 


13,800 R 








60,300 


1847 F-123-01 


58,100 R 


27,500 R 


410 





86,010 


231 K-115 


32,100 R 


8,000 R 








40,100 


232 K-037 


54,400 R 


11,300 R 








65,700 


233 C-003 


27,500 R 


29,100 R 








56,600 


235 M-021 


56,500 R 


14,800 R 








71,300 


237 M-062 


32,300 R 


18,500 R 








50,800 


185 L-060 


23,500 R 


9,900 R 








33,400 


1163 H-042-12 


67,400 R 


23,000 R 








90,400 


238 H-074 


48,200 R 


27,300 R 








75,500 


1663 B-013 





100 R 








100 


239 B-157 





1,000 R 








1,000 


240 K-049 


41,700 R 


4,300 R 








46,000 


241 L-039 


20,900 R 


16,400 R 








37,300 


242 L-045 


23,800 R 


11,300 R 








35,100 


243 C-127 





67,000 C 








67,000 


245 C-127-01 


893,700 C 


100,200 C 








993,900 


246 C-128 


68,500 C 


69,300 C 








137,800 


247 C-128-01 





21,020 C 








21,020 


248 EX-029-F 


3,700 M 











3,700 


1412 DX-095-28 


37,580 R 


6,100 R 








43,680 


1801 C-134-1-3B 


43,900 R 


10,400 R 








54,300 


250 D-082-01 


53,100 R 


18,700 R 








71,800 


1569 M-036 


51,300 R 


17,600 R 








68,900 



85 



TITLE 
DATE 



PROPERTY INVENTORY MASTER LIST 
10/20/93 TRANSFER CTL* 202 



TOUN OF WILTON, N.H. 
SEQUENCED BY NAME - TAXES ROUNDED * 



MUNICIPAL TAX BILLING SYSTEM 
PAGE* 7 



* SELECTED BYt ALL PROPERTIES 
ACT* PROPERTY OWNER 

3537 Chatfield, John F 
290 Chauvin, Uilliaa P 
292 Checani, Craig 
294 Cheever Jr, Leo H 
296 Cheney, Wayne C 

2688 Chico, Maxiio G 
3668 Chou, Walter Y 
300 Chouinard, Robert A 
4888 Chow, Michael 
4888 Chow, Michael 

4888 Chow, Michael 
3808 Christino, Glenn T 
1049 Chronis, Ja*es P 

302 Churchill, Edwin H 

304 Ciardelli, Gary 



305 Cilley 


, Roger G 


307 Claire 


, Dennis A 


3680 Clapp, 


Roger D 


3680 Clapp, 


Roger D 


3680 Clapp, 


Roger D 


3680 Clapp, 


Roger D 


3680 Clapp, 


Roger D 


3680 Clapp, 


Roger D 


3680 Clapp, 


Roger D 


3680 Clapp, 


Roger D 



310 Clark, Thatcher H 

312 ClarKson, Terry L 
5066 Classon, Jases W I Cheryl A 
4875 Clay, David C 

314 Clayton, Abbie 

315 Cleaves, Williai U 
315 Cleaves, Villiai U 
318 Cobb, Charles 

1888 Coe, Margot T 

320 Coffin, Jaies P 

321 Cohen, Lawrence S 
4452 Cole, Gregory M 
4658 Cole, Thomas H 
4934 Collins, Joseph M 

326 Collins, Robert L 

327 Collins, Steven B 

328 Cntois, David E 

330 Condra, Williai F 

331 Conlon, Robert P I Linda A 

332 Connor, Aaanda E 



SER* 


MAP* 


1693 


L-014 


251 


B-023-01 


252 


F-017 


253 


H-047 


254 


J-011 


280 


A-071 


244 


C-127-02 


255 


J-030 


1442 


D-094 


1443 


L-064 


1444 


L-065 


174 


D-066 


256 


DX-095-02 


257 


B-027 


258 


B-038 


259 


K-160 


260 


D-069 


263 


C-101 


1878 


C-023-02 


1879 


C-023-03 


1880 


C-023-04 


1881 


C-023-05 


1882 


C-023-06 


1883 


C-023-07 


2011 


C-023-08 


264 


D-090 


265 


F-133-01 


1831 


H-057-04 


1225 


E-011-01 


266 


H-044 


267 


J-139 


268 


J-134 


270 


B-044 


271 


H-063 


272 


J-125 


1803 


B-127-01 


985 


DX-095-45 


986 


DX-095-41 


229 


DX-095-25 


277 


K-016 


278 


A-003 


279 


M-080 


281 


L-001 


282 


H-094 


283 


C-005 



LOT* 



BUILDING 
VALUE 

24,400 R 


32,100 R 
70,400 R 
28,500 R 

87,600 R 
48,000 C 
63,000 R 





45,500 R 
35,500 R 
24,500 R 
86,400 R 

15,000 R 
67,000 R 













26,800 R 
63,200 R 









60,400 R 
72,400 R 
45,000 R 
87,800 R 

65,400 R 
37,580 R 
35,500 R 
35,500 R 
79,525 R 



46,200 
49,800 
59,200 

87,200 
86 



LAND 
VALUE 

12,100 R 
5,100 R 
15,400 R 
22,600 R 
11,300 R 

126,700 R 
30,600 C 
19,300 R 





11,000 R 

6,100 R 

26,900 R 

27,700 R 

8,900 R 
24,200 R 










18,700 R 
22,600 R 
16,900 R 
12,700 R 
7,400 R 

200 R 
17,800 R 
19,800 R 
17,200 R 
16,600 R 

19,000 R 
6,100 R 
6,100 R 
6,100 R 

13,800 R 

17,000 R 
22,000 R 
16,000 R 
20,400 R 
31,600 R 



CURRENT 
USE 







375 

33 

11 







980 





1,161 

41 

41 

41 
88 

16 
425 
413 



















1,236 







EXEMPTIONS 
OFF VALUATION 

























































NET 
VALUATION 



41 



45,500 
85,800 
16,900 
12,700 
7,400 

200 

78,200 
92,200 
62,200 
104,400 

84,400 
43,680 
41,600 
41,600 
93,325 

64,436 
71,800 
75,200 
20,400 
118,800 



TITLE 
DATE 



PROPERTY INVENTORY MASTER LIST 
10/20/93 TRANSFER CTL* 202 



TOWN OF WILTON, N.H. 
SEQUENCED BY NAME - TAXES ROUNDED * 



MUNICIPAL TAX BILLING SYSTEM 
PAGE* 8 



* SELECTED BYt ALL PROPERTIES 
ACT* PROPERTY OWNER 



SERt HAP* 



LOT* 



BUILDING 
VALUE 



LAND 
VALUE 



CURRENT 
USE 



EXEMPTIONS 
OFF VALUATION 



NET 
VALUATION 



335 Conrad » Edward 

335 Con rod , Edward 
4330 Cote, Alwnd J 
3052 Cote, Paul F 

338 Covici, Pascal t Joan 



284 B-121 

285 D-154 
1840 C-134-01-2 
1594 H-126 

287 A-035 



33,700 R 


41,400 R 
46,300 R 
28,500 R 



18,000 R 
900 R 
20,900 R 
18,000 R 
14,400 R 



1,483 







276 



53,183 
900 
62,300 
64,300 
43,176 



339 Cowie, Lillian 

340 Cox, Michael D 

341 Crawford, Charles K 
341 Crawford, Charles K 
341 Crawford, Charles K 



288 H-006 

289 D-026 

290 E-035 

291 E-036 

292 G-039 



38,800 R 
38,000 R 









18,900 R 
11,500 R 













213 

849 

1,587 



57,700 

49,500 

213 

849 

1,587 



341 Crawford, Charles K 

341 Crawford, Charles K 

341 Crawford, Charles K 

341 Crawford, Charles K 

341 Crawford, Charles K 

341 Crawford, Charles K 

341 Crawford, Charles K 

341 Crawford, Charles K 

1079 Crawford, David A 

4533 Crawford, Kathryn M 



293 G-003 

294 G-022 

295 G-023 

296 G-024 

297 G-026 

298 G-028 

299 G-037 
66 6-029 

300 G-036 
988 DX-095-38 







45,700 R 



103,700 C 
53,500 R 
38,300 R 
35,500 R 





11,000 R 
27,150 R 
9,500 R 



29,100 C 

12,800 R 

16,400 R 

6,100 R 



729 
110 


8,453 



6,383 

1,337 









729 

110 

11,000 

35,603 

55,200 

6,383 

134,137 

66,300 

54,700 

41,600 



3737 Cresta, Sai 1789 D-158-01 

342 Crisafulli, Salvatore 301 J-050 

344 CrooKer, Alan 302 K-150 

343 CrooKer, Gary S 303 L-011 

345 Crosby, Gary A 304 H-125 

347 Crowley Estate, Daniel 306 J-098 

348 Cuddihy, Jaies M 307 A-056 

349 Cuddihy, Marvin W 308 A-055 
3856 Cunninghai, Lloyd 191 K-102 

351 Currier Revocable Trust, A 310 B-051 

352 Currier, Averil P 311 M-050 
2442 Cutler, Ronald 1179 J-006 
1080 Cutting Tool Technologies Inc 313 B-098 
3607 CzarcinsKi, Michael 952 H-lll-04 

354 D t E Realty Trust 342 H-054 

354 D I E Realty Trust 343 F-098 

354 D I E Realty Trust 344 F-095 

354 D I E Realty Trust 345 F-129 
358 D' Adore, Louis J 320 D-085 

1084 D'Estree, Mrs Claud Phillipe 359 C-038 

3046 DabrowsKi, Joseph S 401 K-149 

355 Daigle, Ronald J 314 K-112 

356 Dailey, Harry S 315 H-lll-01 

357 Daley, Daniel J 316 B-148 
357 Daley, Daniel J 317 8-149 



53,500 R 
33,200 C 
20,200 R 
29,000 R 
57,700 R 

170,500 R 

28,900 R 

23,700 R 

40,900 R 



31,200 R 
40,600 R 
63,400 I 
44,000 R 


82,500 R 



92,900 R 


16,400 R 

52,900 R 

60,900 R 

46,400 R 


87 



18,700 R 
12,100 C 
8,900 R 
9,400 R 
16,900 R 

18,400 R 
11,300 R 
22,100 R 
14,000 R 
10,500 R 

16,900 R 
11,600 R 
13,500 I 
16,800 R 


22,700 R 




23,200 R 



8,900 R 
11,300 R 
21,000 R 
19,400 R 
14,900 R 



















1,051 

1,975 
2,115 
1,016 

1,566 









72,200 
45,300 
29,100 
38,400 
74,600 

188,900 
40,200 
45,800 
54,900 
10,500 

48,100 
52,200 
76,900 
60,800 
1,051 

107,175 
2,115 
1,016 

116,100 
1,566 

25,300 
64,200 
81,900 
65,800 
14,900 



TITLE 
DATE 



PROPERTY INVENTORY MASTER LIST 
10/20/93 TRANSFER CTL* 202 



TOWN OF WILTON, N.H. 
SEQUENCED BY NAME - TAXES ROUNDED * 



MUNICIPAL TAX BILLING SYSTEH 
PAGE* 9 



* SELECTED BY! ALL PROPERTIES 
ACT* PROPERTY OWNER 



SER* HAP* 



LOT* 



BUILDING 


LAND 


CURRENT 


EXEMPTIONS 


NET 


VALUE 


VALUE 


USE OFF VALUATION 


VALUATION 


33,400 R 


16,000 R 








49,400 


20,600 R 


12,000 R 


192 





32,792 








372 





372 








280 





280 


500 M 


18,800 I 


1,465 





20,765 








836 





836 


48,100 R 


15,200 R 


3,645 





66,945 








239 





239 


32,400 R 


5,100 R 








37,500 


11,600 M 











11,600 


34,300 R 


20,100 R 








54,400 


6,200 H 











6,200 


5,000 N 


12,400 R 








17,400 





11,100 R 








11,100 





9,400 R 








9,400 


79,000 R 


31,500 R 








110,500 





18,200 R 








18,200 


33,200 R 


28,000 R 








61,200 


51,300 R 


18,500 R 








69,800 


35,700 R 


14,000 R 








49,700 


50,100 R 


18,400 R 








68,500 


26,900 R 


6,800 R 





20,000 X 


13,700 


41,000 R 


10,700 R 








51,700 





17,800 R 








17,800 





29,300 R 








29,300 


51,700 R 


11,300 R 








63,000 


63,100 R 


26,000 R 








89,100 


92,225 R 


21,900 R 








114,125 


106,000 R 


25,400 R 








131,400 


17,200 R 


19,400 R 








36,600 


75,000 R 


22,400 R 








97,400 


35,300 R 


16,800 R 








52,100 


71,000 R 


30,700 R 








101,700 


27,100 R 


15,500 R 








42,600 


23,700 R 


10,000 R 








33,700 


89,500 R 


21,800 R 








111,300 





21,600 R 








21,600 


18,000 R 


6,000 R 








24,000 


52,000 R 


12,500 R 








64,500 


40,100 R 


14,400 R 








54,500 


40,700 R 


11,300 R 








52,000 





12,000 R 








12,000 


29,000 R 


11,300 R 








40,300 


35,500 R 


6,100 R 








41,600 


74,200 R 


21,500 R 








95,700 


88 











359 Daniels Sr, Rudolph E 
4428 Davidson Trust, Norwood 
4428 Davidson Trust, Norwood 
4428 Davidson Trust, Harwood 
4428 Davidson Trust, Norwood 

4428 Davidson Trust, Norwood 

4429 Davidson Trust, Sally M 
4429 Davidson Trust, Sally H 

362 Davidson, 6 Thomas 
361 Davidson, Guy M 

3092 Davidson, Matthew D 

3092 Davidson, Matthew D 

365 Davidson, Michael D 

365 Davidson, Michael D 

365 Davidson, Michael D 

366 Davis, D Bradford 
366 Davis, D Bradford 

1978 Davis, Kenneth P 
1082 Davis, Kimball D 
1977 Davis, Nancy E 

368 Dawson, Michael T 

369 Day, Rachel E 

371 Dearborn, Randall S 

372 Debelak, James F 

372 Debelak, James F 

373 Degan, P Michael 

374 Begen, Kip E 

4382 Delllies, Christian 

375 Deisz, Albert 
4485 Delage, Mark 

376 Dell'Orto, Michael G 
4020 Demanett, Dennis C 
5112 Betters, Karen E 

380 Demers, Roger L 
4853 Demmons, Grant Butch 

383 Dery, David P 

383 Dery, David P 

384 Deschamps, Alice J 

385 Deschenes, A Lionel 
1085 Deveau, Clara E 

386 Devine, Samuel I Constance 

386 Devine, Samuel I Constance 

387 Dick, Jo Ann 
4474 Dickstein, Steven 

388 Dierksmier, Charles 



321 


D-029 


326 


E-030 


327 


E-031 


329 


E-025 


330 


E-029 


331 


E-032 


325 


E-021 


328 


E-022 


324 


K-061 


323 


EX-029-B 


365 


L-025 


962 


EX-029-D 


332 


E-024 


333 


E-026 


334 


G-004 


335 


D-127 


336 


D-128 


312 


H-058-02 


338 


M-053 


337 


K-077 


339 


C-lll 


340 


K-070 


346 


C-134-1-4B 


2018 


H-051-02 


2019 


H-051-03 


348 


K-093 


349 


H-088-01 


1237 


F-133 


350 


C-018 


1119 


H-040 


351 


C-063 


1853 


H-lll-10 


1394 


C-085 


353 


L-015 


67 


K-104 


355 


H-079 


356 


H-079-01 


357 


K-080 


358 


D-037 


360 


D-028 


361 


J-109 


362 


H-045-01 


363 


J-115 


274 


DX-095-35 


364 


J-024 



TITLE 
DATE 



PROPERTY INVENTORY MASTER LIST 
10/20/93 TRANSFER CTL* 202 



TOWN OF WILTON, N.H. 
SEQUENCED BY NAME - TAXES ROUNDED t 



MUNICIPAL TAX BILLING SYSTEM 
PAGE* 10 



1 SELECTED BY J ALL PROPERTIES 
ACT* PROPERTY OWNER 


SER1 


BUILDING 
MAP* LOT* VALUE 


LAND 
VALUE 


CURRENT 
USE 


EXEMPTIONS 
5fF VALUATION 


NET 
VALUATION 


3469 DiLorenzo, Louise M 
1086 Diocese of Manchester 
1086 Diocese of Hanchester 
392 DiSalvo, Doainic J 
392 DiSalvo, Doainic J 


1887 
367 
368 
366 
369 


K-072 
L-051 
C-065 
C-068 


N 
239,700 N 


218,600 R 




N 
17,800 N 

5,600 N 
34,700 R 

6,600 R 

















257,500 

5,600 
253,300 

6,600 


5185 Bodds, Wayne E 
393 Doherty, Austin A 

393 Doherty* Austin A 

394 Donahue* Jaaes J 
1957 Donahue* June T 


902 
370 
371 
372 
1661 


DX-095-40 

C-105 

C-116 

B-126 

J-069 


35,500 R 
34,400 C 


52,300 R 
47,700 R 


6,100 R 
36,400 C 

6,200 R 
22,000 R 
12,600 R 
















41,600 
70,800 
6,200 
74,300 
60,300 


1957 Donahue* June T 
4822 Donahue* Tiaothy 
397 Do ran, Daryl P 
3651 Doran, David F 
3928 Dorward* Thoaas A 


1662 
1827 
375 
376 
1530 


J-066 

H-042-23 

D-lll 

L-041 

K-036 


1,100 R 
56,400 R 
54,500 R 
21,900 R 
36,600 R 


4,500 R 
21,000 R 
13,900 R 
11,000 R 
16,800 R 

















5,600 
77,400 
68,400 
32,900 
53,400 


399 Drane, Sandra 

399 Drane, Sandra 

400 Draper Energy Coapany Inc 
400 Draper Energy Coapany Inc 
400 Draper Energy Coapany Inc 


378 
379 
380 
381 
382 


C-061 

C-061-01 

BX-068 

F-171 

F-171-01 


93,700 R 



700 C 

62,200 C 

98,400 C 


54,000 R 
21,300 R 


48,600 C 


















147,700 

21,300 

700 

110,800 
98,400 


400 Draper Energy Coapany Inc 
400 Draper Energy Coapany Inc 
400 Draper Energy Coapany Inc 
400 Draper Energy Coapany Inc 
402 Draper Jr* George G 


384 
385 
386 
387 
389 


J-100 
K-066 
K-067 
K-076 
D-067 


13,100 C 
264,500 C 
54,900 R 
43,800 R 
39,100 R 


15,000 C 
45,100 C 
11,300 R 
15,500 R 
22,700 R 
















28,100 
309,600 
66,200 
59,300 
61,800 


401 Draper* Donald D 

404 Draper* Kenneth E 

405 Draper* Lynne E 

406 Draper* No man W 

407 Draper, Robert 


388 
392 
888 
1757 
395 


L-008 
K-068 
L-056 
D-022 
J-076 


43,000 R 
46,800 R 
37,700 R 


15,000 R 


9,400 R 
9,800 R 

14,100 R 
6,600 R 

19,000 R 
















52,400 
56,600 
51,800 
6,600 
34,000 


5062 Draper, Stuart 
5062 Draper, Stuart 
408 Draper, Stuart S 
408 Draper, Stuart S 
408 Draper, Stuart S 


396 
397 
390 
391 
399 


J-043 
K-173 
J-126 
J-127 
M-025 


91,300 C 
2,200 C 


96,558 R 




13,300 C 
16,200 C 
14,200 R 
14,200 R 
12,200 R 
















104,600 
18,400 
14,200 

110,758 
12,200 


410 Draper, Williaa A 
410 Draper, Williaa A 
410 Draper, Williaa A 

412 Drohon, Joseph i Nancy 

413 Drolet, Elizabeth H 


814 
1654 
400 
402 
403 


C-022-02 
C-022-04 
J-126-01 
D-082-05 
B-032 


103,200 R 


58,100 R 
18,300 R 
81,200 R 


20,500 R 
8,800 R 
14,000 R 
33,900 R 
22,200 R 






1,045 









123,700 

8,800 

72,100 

52,200 

104,445 


413 Drolet, Elizabeth H 

413 Drolet, Elizabeth H 
4310 Druaaond* Roy 

414 Dubois, David A 

415 Ducharae, Gertrude A 


404 
405 
815 
406 
407 


B-033 

B-069 

DX-095-16 

K-073 

C-011 




900 R 

35,500 R 

44,700 R 

9,300 R 

89 




9,000 R 

6,100 R 

17,800 R 

17,200 R 


6 
602 












6 
10,502 
41,600 
62,500 
26,500 



TITLE 
DATE 



PROPERTY INVENTORY MASTER LIST 
10/20/93 TRANSFER CTL* 202 



TOWN OF WILTON, N.H. 
SEQUENCED BY NAME - TAXES ROUNDED I 



MUNICIPAL TAX BILLING SYSTEM 
PAGE* 11 



* SELECTED BY', ALL PROPERTIES 
ACT* PROPERTY OWNER 



415 DuchQr«, Gertrude A 

416 Duchesne, Dennis 

417 Duggon, Rosewry E 

418 Duggin. Thotas I Elizabeth 
3494 Dunn, Elizabeth Hyer 

1927 Dunn, 6retchen C 

419 Dunn. Randolph A 

420 Duplease, Richard E 
422 Duquette, Robert R 
422 Duquette, Robert R 

4972 Durfee Joint Rev Trust Agreeit 
424 Durfee, Forrest R 
1946 Duval, Lee 
4488 Dwyer, Jeffrey P 

426 Earle Jr, Lynn C 

427 Ebbert, ThoMS 

428 EcKhardt, Edward W 

428 EcKhardt, Edward V 

429 Eckhardt, Michelle A 
431 EcKstrot, Robert R 

431 EcKstro*, Robert R 

432 Edaunds, Daniel S 

433 Ediunds, Ralph L 

434 Edwards Sr, Eugene J 

435 Edwards, Georgianna S 

436 Edwards, Mar* 

437 Edwards, Richard E i Judith 

438 Egan, Christopher T 
2332 Egan, Hellyn 

2332 Egan, Hellyn 

439 Ehriswxn, ToMy J 

440 Ela, Jeffery H 

441 Ellis Jr, Ronald M 

1092 Ellison, Mart 

1093 Elwood, Keith F t Lori D 

3612 Engel, Peter L 
1723 EshbacH, Keith J 
4666 Evans, Jessie R 

444 Everett, Edward 

444 Everett, Edward 

444 Everett, Edward 

444 Everett, Edward 

445 Everhort, Robert D 
445 Everhart, Robert D 
447 Faiian, Robert N 



SEP* 


--* 


1747 


CX-011 


408 


H-107-03 


409 


A-047 


410 


C-033 


482 


D-084 


483 


D-084-02 


412 


J-019 


413 


H-087 


414 


A-058-03 


415 


A-058-04 


416 


B-029 


417 


M-028 


418 


K-125 


475 


J-005 


420 


H-008 


421 


A-013 


422 


H-133 


423 


H-134 


424 


G-010 


1570 


B-159 


426 


J-088 


427 


D-144 


428 


B-132 


429 


H-117 


430 


J-034 


431 


F-091 


432 


K-032 


433 


F-159 


912 


N-097 


913 


M-098 


434 


K-106 


435 


F-152 


436 


F-083-06 


438 


DX-095-10 


439 


H-057-01 


1553 


H-108-01 


1571 


J-004 


576 


DX-095-21 


1572 


H-002 


440 


E-027 


2012 


H-002-04 


2013 


H-O02-02 


441 


L-059 


442 


L-061 


443 


D-017 



LOT* 



BUILDING 


LAND 


CURRENT 


EXEMPTIONS 


NET 


>..E 


VALUE 


USE 


OFF VALUATION 


VALUATION 


8,300 M 











8,300 


105,500 R 


22,800 ft 








128,300 


123,200 R 


29,600 R 


1,092 





153,892 





15,700 R 








15,700 








6,922 





6,922 


165,100 R 


25,000 R 


722 





190,822 


67,400 R 


21,500 R 








88,900 


22,900 R 


20,900 R 








43,800 


61,100 R 


21,000 R 


231 





82,331 








241 





241 


79,200 R 


21,400 R 








100,600 


35,900 R 


18,600 R 








54,500 


37,400 R 


15,100 R 








52,500 


39,400 R 


14,200 R 








53,600 


57,100 R 


16,000 R 








73,100 





30,700 R 








30,700 








219 





219 


78,100 R 


20,000 R 


2,149 





100,249 


63,900 R 


13,800 R 








77,700 


5,300 R 


10,100 R 








15,400 


36,600 R 


8,900 R 








45,500 


83,565 R 


21,500 P. 








105,065 


46,400 R 


18,000 R 








64,400 


50,700 R 


18,100 R 








68,800 


47,100 R 


8,000 R 








55,100 





1,400 R 








1,400 


43,300 R 


13,800 R 








57,100 


25,900 R 


8,800 R 








34,700 





600 R 








600 


25,700 R 


34,000 R 








59,700 


26,900 R 


8,000 R 








34,900 


107,800 R 


26,300 R 


909 





135,009 


63,500 R 


21,800 R 








85,300 


38,880 R 


6,100 R 








44,980 





18,600 R 








18,600 


60,500 R 


21,400 R 








81,900 


42,100 R 


13,900 R 








56,000 


35,500 R 


6,100 R 








41,600 





21,200 R 








21,200 





15,500 R 








15,500 





23,100 R 








23,100 





13,700 R 








13,700 


32,600 R 


9,900 R 








42,500 





200 R 








200 


60,600 R 


15,800 R 








76,400 



90 



TITLE 
DATE 



PROPERTY INVENTORY MASTER LIST 
10/20/93 TRANSFER CTL* 202 



TOWN OF WILTON, N.H. 
SEQUENCED BY NAME - TAXES ROUNDED * 



MUNICIPAL TAX BILLING SYSTEM 
PAGE* 12 



* SELECTED BY: ALL PROPERTIES 
ACT* PROPERTY OWNER 



SER* 


MAP* 


444 


H-093 


1560 


B-140-05 


1845 


B-140-06 


1875 


B-140-08 


1877 


B-140-10 


445 


B-130 


447 


G-027 


448 


F-096 


30 


D-019-02 


919 


DX-095-31 


449 


H-096 


461 


M-001 


450 


E-028 


452 


K-095 


453 


J-047 


451 


F-067 


454 


C-078 


1268 


J-077 


455 


C-075 


456 


C-081 


1007 


H-106 


1618 


D-080 


457 


D-081 


458 


H-066 


1161 


C-090 


1162 


C-091 


757 


J-056 


758 


J-057 


459 


D-125 


1005 


H-128 


462 


D-098 


463 


D-103 


465 


H-007 


466 


K-124 


467 


K-007 


1574 


C-l 15-02 


468 


B-114 


469 


M-016 


470 


K-094 


471 


D-058 


1168 


J-072 


472 


C-117 


473 


M-017 


474 


H-009 


476 


K-082 



LOT* 



BUILDING 


LAND 


CURRENT 


EXEMPTIONS 


NET 


VALUE 


VALUE 


USE 


OFF VALUATION 


VALUATION 


42,500 R 


26,900 R 








69,400 


48,900 R 


28,300 R 


120 





77,320 








298 





298 








147 





147 








283 





283 








18 





18 


16,800 R 


11,000 R 








27,800 


14,100 R 


5,700 R 








19,800 





15,600 R 








15,600 


35,500 R 


6,100 R 








41,600 


23,700 R 


9,900 R 








33,600 


45,100 R 


14,100 R 








59,200 








107 





107 


42,900 R 


11,500 R 








54,400 


60,900 C 


23,500 C 








84,400 


43,000 R 


16,500 R 








59,500 


228,300 N 


15,600 N 








243,900 


58,000 R 


15,800 R 








73,800 


93,800 N 


24,100 N 








117,900 


311,100 N 


19,600 N 








330,700 


70,600 N 


28,000 N 








98,600 


19,600 R 


16,000 R 








35,600 


47,700 R 


22,100 R 








69,800 


47,700 R 


17,500 R 








65,200 





13,100 R 








13,100 





20,100 R 








20,100 


142,200 C 


9,000 C 








151,200 


218,500 C 


13,500 C 








232,000 


96,660 R 


28,800 R 








125,460 


34,900 R 


16,400 R 








51,300 





800 R 








800 


3,500 R 


28,000 R 








31,500 


36,200 R 


19,000 R 








55,200 


30,500 R 


14,200 R 








44,700 


7,700 M 


17,100 R 








24,800 


26,100 R 


14,200 R 








40,300 


40,400 R 


13,900 R 








54,300 


29,600 R 


19,600 R 








49,200 


45,200 R 


11,300 R 








56,500 


67,800 R 


25,800 R 


472 





94,072 


48,500 R 


9,000 R 








57,500 


42,000 R 


12,600 R 








54,600 


3,400 R 


20,900 R 








24,300 


35,300 R 


19,200 R 








54,500 


51,600 R 


12,400 R 








64,000 



446 Fairbanks, Robert 

449 Fairfield, Winston L 

449 Fairfield, Winston L 

449 Fairfield, Winston L 

449 Fairfield, Winston L 

449 Fairfield, Winston L 

450 Fangneyer, Raymond T 
452 Farrell, Tiaothy J 

5111 Farrington, Richard P I LindaJ 
5137 Federal Home Loan Mortgage 

454 Ferguson, Daniel J 

1913 Figlioli, Vincent J 

456 Fiable Door Company Inc 

458 Fink, Stanley 

458 Fink, Stanley 

459 Firmin, Brian H 

461 First Baptist Church 
5186 First NH Mortgage Corp 

462 First Unitarian Church 
462 First Unitarian Church 

462 First Unitarian Church 
3490 Fisk, Darrell 

463 Fisk, Willian A 
465 Flanders, Frank R 

3708 Flat Iron Realty Trust 

3708 Flat Iron Realty Trust 
737 Fleet Bank New Hanpshire 
737 Fleet Bank New Hampshire 
467 Fletcher, Crispin 

2790 Fleurant, Donald H 

472 Flewelling Estate 

472 Flewelling Estate 

473 Flynn, David C 

475 Flynn, Dennis L 

476 Fogg, George L 

478 Follansbee, Jacqueline A 

479 Fong, Michael 

481 Forbes, Theodore I 

483 Forbes, Tyrone I 

484 Ford, Richard D 

3503 Forest Street Realty Trust 
3850 Fortier, Marie 

488 Fortier, Michael W 

490 Foster, Linda 

492 Fournier, Ronald P 



91 



TITLE ! PROPERTY DABiTWY **STER L 
BATE ! 10/20/93 HBB5FER CTL* 


1ST 
202 




TOM OF UHTQN, ML 

ee:.e>:e: :•• »-•• - -'••a : :.-:e: i 


■BffCIPAL TAX BXLLOG SYSTEM 
PBB3 13 


act* : ".-•■."■ :'---: : 


SERt 


■*:* 


LOT* .-V.-E 


VALUE 


CJRREMT 

USE 


EXEjrnoMS 

OFF VALUATION 


HIT 
VALUATIW 


496 Fax, BcviS T 
* s ": : : . :.-- " 
1096 Fax, Efeu 6 
502 Frwklii Jt, Bay V 
501 Frwfclu Pierce College 


479 

-e: 

481 
-r: 
111: 


i - 

F-036 
6-012 


58,800 R 

a . =-» r 

26,958 i 
29,900 R 



22,500 R 
IMM 1 

9,900 ft 
13,2MB 

2,100 C 












10,000 u 




81,300 

::.-:■: 

26,850 

43,100 

2,100 


501 Frartlia Pierce College 

503 Freeette, Joseph 
*■::-" ■■:==::;. ■:::=: . 
3v:-3 - •:•.;.:-■ r 5vs— ►•:: 

506 Frolley, Keith A 


484 

486 

* : 

it. 


6-013 



15,100 H 


35,500 R 
34,400 R 


13,600 C 


17,200 R 
6,100 R 

11=500 R 










• 

5,000 T 







10,100 
17,2M 


313 Frye i Sod, E B 
513 "••= ISbb,E1 
513 Frye J San, E B 

::• 'tys I Sob. E ? 
513 r ■ • e t >y . E t 


*** 

496 
- : " 
498 
4^ 


' -::e 


96,600 I 


28,600 R 






- : .300 I 

1,000 I 

12,600 R 

e:: : 

TOO I 





9 










115,900 
1,000 

41,200 
800 
7M 


I.'" : "'= I:'.; - .;. »*lVr 

1097 Frye Estate, Whiteey 

4507 Frye Trust, Bersice 

4508 Frye Trust, Borothy U 
4508 Frye Trust, Borothy U 


as 
ai 

490 

493 

Hi 


C-120 
A-054 





29,200 R 
66,300 R 
4,300 R 




22,0MB 

20,600 R 
E.100 R 


:.:e: 

-:3 

$ 







5,0M T 

8 


1,380 
963 

*s.:>: 


an Fife rrasfci Walter S 
5134 Frye Trust, Baiter S 
5134 Frye Trust, Walter S 
5134 Frye Trust, Walter S 
510 Frre, Charles H 


510 
511 
::l 

513 


•-•.7 : 
F-137 
F-135 
r -l" 

E-033 


3,000 R 
65,300 R 

• 




6, 400 R 
27,2MB 





1*294 

Ma 

3.082 

'.:■;■ 

6,022 



• 





::■:-"- 

96,*33 

e . : e: 

4,007 

:■::: 


511 r --s. :■:•:: 
34 --ye, Bary U 
34 '-re, Stry U 
514 Frye, Bary V 
514 Frye, Gory U 


491 
500 

502 
503 
504 


H-041 

FX-137 

tt-015 

:■■-■" 




6,500 6 










1,680 
2,971 



s" 












1,680 
2,974 
6,500 
■73 
5,000 


514 Frye, Bary U 
51* Frye, 6ary W 
51* '••=. >;• . 
516 Frye. tellie P 
93 =■••;. Shirlie J 


505 

:!: 
507 

:■:> 


F-136 


49,7MB 




iMN R 
-E : 


16,200 R 



22,300 R 
9,700 R 


69 

276 

1,587 



C 









:3 : : : 

276 

1,587 

57,100 

?,86S 


522 Fmlfaai, Lea* 

523 6 I P Caastructioa 

524 Baharee, Brace E 
4487 Botel, Hart A 
4253 Bahcr. Williaa T 


518 
520 

1154 

■=: 


C-097 
J-08* 

F-105 
K-177 
B-122 


67,500 R 

51,500 R 
32,200 R 
56,200 R 


25,400 R 
22,000 R 
20,500 R 
11,900 R 
17,000 R 
















73,30C 
89,500 

72,000 
43,500 


53: x:e. :■:■:: * 
526 Boate, BuvH A 

528 Btfe, F roil lie B 

529 Bate, ftetfc E 

530 BafMM, Richa rt 


524 
525 
52" 

529 


1-09? 


77,0MB 

t 
42,1MB 

«.:■:=: : 

15,700 H 

92 


20,200 R 

• 
13.300 R 
20,400 R 
13,000 R 



670 













97,200 

670 

55,900 

58,600 

.-=.■;■; 



TITLE 
DATE 



PROPERTY INVENTORY MASTER LIST 
10/20/93 TRANSFER CTL* 202 



TOWN OF WILTON, N.H. 
SEQUENCED BY NAME - TAXES ROUNDED t 



MUNICIPAL TAX BILLING SYSTEM 
PAGE* 14 



» SELECTED BYt ALL PROPERTIES 
ACT* PROPERTY OWNER 



SER* MAP* 



LOT* 



BUILDING 


LAND 


CURRENT 


EXEMPTIONS 


NET 


VALUE 


VALUE 


USE l 


3FF VALUATION 


VALUATION 


48,600 R 


20,500 R 








69,100 


49,900 R 


17,800 R 








67,700 


62,800 R 


16,100 R 








78,900 


56,400 R 


26,550 R 








82,950 





51,093 R 








51,093 





7,000 R 








7,000 


78,400 R 


20,200 R 








98,600 


51,450 R 


21,000 R 








72,450 


22,700 R 


9,900 R 








32,600 


7,400 R 


30,500 R 








37,900 


37,000 R 


21,400 R 








58,400 


37,500 R 


19,900 R 








57,400 





1,600 R 








1,600 





N 











41,800 R 


12,800 R 








54,600 


57,200 R 


19,900 R 








77,100 


60,220 R 


20,200 R 








80,420 


53,800 R 


24,258 R 


1,416 





79,474 








463 





463 








25 





25 








2,785 





2,785 








4,437 





4,437 


62,000 R 


26,500 R 








88,500 


68,000 R 


21,000 R 








89,000 


65,400 R 


16,200 R 


542 





82,142 


36,600 R 


20,700 R 








57,300 


40,700 R 


28,500 R 








69,200 


54,400 R 


26,000 R 








80,400 


30,700 R 


12,600 R 








43,300 





17,000 R 





. 


17,000 





1,500 R 








1,500 


42,200 R 


25,600 R 








67,800 





2,550 R 








2,550 





11,700 R 








11,700 





900 R 








900 





13,100 R 








13,100 


46,800 R 


23,600 R 








70,400 


54,600 R 


34,300 R 








88,900 


51,800 C 


52,700 C 








104,500 


39,100 R 


30,300 R 








69,400 





10,800 R 








10,800 








4 





4 








192 





192 








2,163 





2,163 








322 





322 



1098 Galbraith, Milena 
533 Gallagher, Thcmas 
535 Galletta, Joseph 
537 Galloway, Raymond P 

4025 Ganbrel BrooK Inc 

539 Garbutt, Boyd V 
539 Garbutt, Boyd V 
3100 Garland, David M 
541 Garnhaa, Daniel A 
543 Garvin, Bruce N 

545 Gaudreau, B rend a H 
2779 Gaudreau, Paul D 

546 Geiqer, Robert 
2690 Gener, Juan L 

547 Gentes, Adrian C 

2231 GersKy Jr, Allen J 
5168 Gerth, John A 
2885 Gibbons, Emelienne M 
2885 Gibbons, Emelienne M 
549 Gibbons, Henry 

549 Gibbons, Henry 

549 Gibbons, Henry 

550 Gibbons, Marcia J 

551 Gibbons, Mark J 

554 Giffin, John F 

555 Gifford, Douglas 

556 Gilnore, Barbara G 

557 Gleneck, Paul A 
557 Gleneck, Paul A 
559 Glines, David W 

559 Glines, David U 

559 Glines, David W 

559 Glines, David W 

559 Glines, David U 

559 Glines, David U 

559 Glines, David W 
559 Glines, David U 
561 Goddard, David E 

561 Goddard, David E 

562 Goddard, Elaine C 

562 Goddard, Elaine C 
564 Godley Testamentary Trust 
564 Godley Testamentary Trust 
564 Godley Testamentary Trust 
564 Godley Testamentary Trust 



530 


D-149 


531 


C-118 


532 


M-009 


533 


D-082 


534 


F-006 


535 


C-124 


536 


C-123 


537 


C-129 


538 


K-161 


539 


H-045 


540 


H-027 


736 


H-026 


541 


K-047 


1723 


A-071 


542 


K-028 


147 


D-157 


692 


D-019-04 


549 


F-093 


550 


H-068 


546 


H-069 


547 


H-067 


548 


F-094 


544 


B-057 


545 


B-057-01 


551 


A-048 


552 


H-029-05 


553 


F-126 


1576 


B-128 


1577 


K-143 


555 


H-002-01 


556 


F-144 


557 


F-145 


558 


F-146 


559 


F-160 


561 


F-148 


1761 


F-163 


1767 


H-003 


562 


F-027 


564 


F-028 


566 


F-166 


567 


F-166-01 


568 


A-060 


570 


A-058-01 


571 


A-058-06 


572 


A-058-02 



93 



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DATE 



PROPERTY INVENTORY RASTER LIST 
10/20/93 TRANSFER CTL* 202 



TOWN OF yiLTON, N.H. 
SEQUENCED BY NAME - TAXES ROUNDED t 



MUNICIPAL TAX BILLING SYSTEM 
PAGE* 15 



* SELECTED BY! ALL PROPERTIES 
ACT* PROPERTY OUNER 

4860 Goldbach, Uillioa T 

2891 Good eve, Lesley 

565 Goodfellow, Jennie H 

569 Goodndge, Edwin D 

571 Goodwin. Alice M 

4905 Goodwin, Peter J i Deborah 

572 Gothaa, Howard N 
4907 Gottstein, Joseph J 
1388 Gould-Leetch Trust 

574 Grace f Conan Terry 

4902 Grahaif David U 

576 Granite State Concrete 

576 Granite State Concrete 

577 Grant, Jesse E 
3988 Grathwohl, KiyoKo 

3499 Grauiann, Ralf D 

578 Groves, Peter J 
3486 Gray, June F 

580 6raziano, David C 

585 Greeley, Hattie F 

585 Greeley, Hattie F 

585 6reeley, Hattie F 
2057 Greeley, Marlon R 

582 Greeley, Michael R 

583 Greeley, Richard D 

583 Greeley, Richard D 

583 Greeley, Richard D 

583 6reeley, Richard D 

583 Greeley, Richard D 

586 Green, Jean-Marie 

587 Greene, Barbara 
591 6reene, Jerry V 
591 Greene, Jerry V 
591 Greene, Jerry U 

591 6reene, Jerry V 

589 Greene, Martha J 

592 Greenhalgh, Barry 

593 Greenaan, Thoaas 
593 Greenaan, Thoaas 

4969 Greenuald, Evan R 



SER* MAP* 

1806 H-042-02 

1441 H-115 

573 C-137 

577 H-048 

578 D-075 

787 C-100 

579 B-091 
1997 H-029-01-1 
1243 K-168 

580 B-049 

262 C-023-01 

581 B-009 

582 B-011 

583 B-122 
1439 B-063 

1573 A-031 

584 B-059 
543 K-056 

585 M-014 

591 E-002 

592 E-003 

593 E-006 
1995 C-143 

586 C-142 

587 C-143-1 

588 EX-003 
590 C-143 

1724 EX-003-01 

1994 EX-003-02 

594 DX-095-22 

595 M-041 

601 B-102 

602 L-042 

603 B-052 

604 B-102A 

600 B-056 

605 C-130 

606 A-049 

607 A-052 
1313 B-041 



LOT* 



4969 Greenwald, Evan R 1314 B-040 

4963 Greenuald, Howard S Marilyn E 1315 B-042-01 

4963 Greenwald, Howard i Marilyn E 1316 B-042-02 

595 Gregg, Bertha S 608 C-066 

596 Gregg, Marie A 609 J-138 



BUILDING 


LAND 


CURRENT 


EXEMPTIONS 


NET 


VALUE 


VALUE 


USE 


DFF VALUATION 


VALUATION 


49,900 R 


21,000 R 








70,900 


40,200 R 


20,500 R 








60,700 


56,580 R 


11,000 R 








67,580 


24,600 R 


20,900 R 








45,500 


38,500 R 


18,400 R 








56,900 





18,700 R 








18,700 


99,100 R 


25,600 R 








124,700 


75,500 R 


25,800 R 








101,300 


1,137,100 I 


63,000 I 








1,200,100 


128,500 R 


28,300 R 








156,800 


61,700 R 


30,000 R 


20 





91,720 





7,900 I 








7,900 





26,000 I 








26,000 


18,400 R 


24,200 R 





5,000 T 


37,600 


153,000 R 


25,400 R 








178,400 


549,000 R 


54,100 R 








603,100 


49,800 R 


21,000 R 








70,800 


34,700 R 


12,500 R 








47,200 


35,470 R 


16,600 R 








52,070 


24,600 R 


32,000 R 


2,715 





59,315 


700 R 


13,700 Q 


22 





14,422 








150 





150 


29,400 Q 


10,300 Q 








39,700 


29,900 R 


15,200 R 








45,100 


27,900 Q 











27,900 


3,200 H 











3,200 


29,400 Q 


10,300 Q 








39,700 


3,500 M 











3,500 


17,600 M 











17,600 


35,500 R 


6,100 R 








41,600 


33,800 R 


16,900 R 








50,700 


166,000 I 


11,000 I 








177,000 


46,300 R 


12,400 R 








58,700 


95,500 R 


22,300 R 








117,800 


16,100 I 











16,100 


139,000 R 


27,100 R 








166,100 


32,500 R 


21,000 R 








53,500 


115,000 R 


18,000 R 


430 





133,430 








115 





115 


52,500 R 


19,700 R 








72,200 





19,900 R 








19,900 





15,100 R 








15,100 





15,100 R 








15,100 


36,500 R 


22,100 R 








58,600 


70,300 R 


18,700 R 





20,000 X 


69,000 


94 











TITLE 
DATE 



PROPERTY INVENTORY MASTER LIST 
10/20/93 , TRANSFER CTL* 202 



TOWN OF MILTON, N.H. 
SEQUENCED BY NAME - TAXES ROUNDED * 



MUNICIPAL TAX BILLING SYSTEM 
PAGE* 16 



* SELECTED BY: ALL PROPERTIES 
ACT* PROPERTY OWNER 


SER* 


BUILDING 
MAP* LOT* VALUE 


LAND 
VALUE 


CURRENT 
USE 


EXEMPTIONS 
OFF VALUATION 


NET 
VALUATION 


597 Gregoire, Charles N 
597 Gregoire, Charles N 

599 Griffin, Edwina M 

600 Griffin, Garth 
2766 Griffith, Beverly J 


610 
611 
613 
614 
618 


L-006 

L-007 

FX-161-01 

F-161 

K-053 




41,800 R 

14,500 M 

3,100 M 

39,600 R 


10,100 R 
12,100 R 


19,500 R 
8,000 R 











5,000 T 




10,100 
53,900 
9,500 
22,600 
47,600 


603 Griffith, John P 
605 Griffith, John R 
605 Griffith, John R 
608 Grigore, Dan Cristian 
3599 Grigore, Gheorghe C 


617 
1802 
615 
619 
624 


C-122 

F-124-02 

F-124-01 

K-015 

M-089 


71,500 R 
98,100 R 
23,300 R 
41,300 R 
44,500 R 


19,000 R 
16,000 R 
16,000 R 
13,800 R 
14,800 R 




602 

384 













90,500 
114,702 
41,684 
55,100 
59,300 


86 Groh, Alice Bennett 

86 Groh, Alice Bennett 

87 Groh, Trauger M 
1099 Gros Louis, Francis 

610 Grossian, Steven J 


86 

87 

620 

621 

622 


C-134 

C-134-02 

C-133 

M-047 

J-010 


103,300 R 


17,200 R 
43,700 R 
48,800 R 


21,000 R 


20,000 R 
18,500 R 
13,900 R 


2,878 
420 

1,463 











127,178 
420 

38,663 
62,200 
62,700 


612 Groves, Bonita E 
616 Guay Sr, Maurice G 
2801 Guay, Martin L 
2801 Guay, Martin L 
618 Guild, Curtis L 


623 
626 
1434 
1435 
1996 


DX-095-07 

BX-095 

L-009 

L-010 

H-029-01-3 


35,500 R 

16,300 M 

3,900 R 

3,000 R 




6,100 R 


5,400 R 
4,400 R 
22,200 R 
















41,600 

16,300 

9,300 

7,400 

22,200 


1727 Gundy, Hilliai P 
1727 Gundy, Willias P 
1727 Gundy, Williai P 
1727 Gundy, Williai P 
1727 Gundy, Will ion P 


1982 
1983 
1984 
1985 
1986 


E-028-01 
E-028-02 
E-028-03 
E-028-04 
E-028-05 
















85 
84 
100 
92 
88 









85 
84 
100 
92 
88 


1727 Gundy, Uillio* P 
1727 Gundy, Will ion P 
1727 Gundy, Williai P 
1727 Gundy, Williai P 
1727 Gundy, Williai P 


1987 
1988 
1989 
1990 
1991 


E-028-06 
E-028-07 
E-028-08 
E-028-09 
E-028-10 
















111 

211 
90 
79 
80 









111 
211 
90 
79 
80 


1727 Gundy, Williai P 
4614 Haas, Ronald A 

620 Hadley, Charles 
4531 Hadley, Marion L 

623 Halbedel, Constance 


1992 
276 
628 

1104 
630 


E-028-11 

M-019 

H-070 

J-078 

C-096 



47,700 R 
35,200 R 
27,300 R 
37,800 R 


I 
17,700 R 
31,400 R 
16,800 R 
25,400 R 


88 













88 
65,400 
66,600 
44,100 
63,200 


624 Hall, Jonathan S 

626 Hallett, Eleanor L 
3114 Haibrick, Lee 

627 Hailin, Charles H 
631 Handy, Carol A 


631 

632 

1797 

633 

635 


K-004 

C-049 

D-158-09 

H-114 

B-146 


41,600 R 
34,000 R 
47,200 R 
62,000 R 
34,000 R 


13,800 R 
32,800 R 
18,900 R 
37,200 R 
20,100 R 
















55,400 
66,800 
66,100 
99,200 
54,100 


3938 Hanisch, Ronald A 
3938 Hanisch, Ronald A 
632 Hannigan, Michael 
634 Hannigan, Michael J 
638 Hansen, Otto E 


318 
319 
636 
637 
639 


H-010-O1 

H-011 

K-122 

L-054 

L-012 



56,100 R 
36,900 R 
20,700 R 
34,200 R 


14,200 R 
23,400 R 
12,500 R 
14,900 R 
8,500 R 
















14,200 
79,500 
49,400 
35,600 
42,700 



95 



TITLE 
HATE 



PROPERTY INVENTORY MASTER LIST 
10/20/93 TRANSFER CTL* 202 



TOW OF yiLTOH, N.H. 
SEQUENCED BY NAME - TAXES ROWDED t 



MUNICIPAL TAX BILLING SYSTEM 
PAGE* 17 



£T* PROPERTY OWNER 




SER* 
640 


MAP* 


638 Hansen, Otto E 




L-034 


4424 Hanshaw, Susan Marie 




1597 


B-140-02 


641 Hardy, Margarette P 




642 


C-140 


640 Hardy, falter J 




641 


C-138 


642 Hargrove, Gilbert P 




643 


L-029 


644 Har*an, George R 




644 


H-061 


646 Har»on, Robert 




645 


F-092 


3950 Hart, Thoias D 




1170 


F-072 


4914 Hcrtley III, Russell 


E 


629 


M-0 7 1 


648 Harwood, Chester E i 


Evelyn H 


648 


J-058 


648 Harwood, Chester E i 


Evelyn H 


649 


J-059 


1101 Hastings, Daniel I 




650 


D-065 


1104 Hastings, June L T 




651 


6-031-01 


649 Hatt, Samel L 




652 


r-134 


4534 Hayes, Donald B 




991 


DX-095-43 


652 Heald Real Estate Tru 


iSt 


1866 


6-O01-02 


652 Heald Real Estate Trust 


663 


6-002 


652 Heald Real Estate Tru 


ISt 


670 


E-039 


652 Heald Real Estate Trust 


671 


E-040 


652 Heald Real Estate Trust 


673 


E-043 



LOT* 



4486 Heald Revocable Trust, Philip 653 E-009 

4486 Heald Revocable Trust, Philip 654 E-038 

4486 Heald Revocable Trust, Philip 655 E-044 

4486 Heald Revocable Trust, Philip 656 E-045 

4486 Heald Revocable Trust, Philip 657 E-045-A 

4486 Heald Revocable Trust, Philip 662 6-025 

4486 Heald Revocable Trust, Philip 664 E-047 

4486 Heald Revocable Trust, Philip 665 6-042 

1105 Heinonen, Karl A 675 B-116 

1107 Henderson, Andrew J 676 B-093 



4384 Henry, Bruce B 
3520 Herfurth, Richard A 
656 Herlihy, Thc*as P 
1989 HicKerson, yillioi H 

658 Higgins Prevel Siipson Pal»er 

659 High Mowing School 
659 High Mowing School 
659 High Mowing School 

659 High Mowing School 

4076 Highfields Revocable Trust 

3710 Highland Horseshoe RealtyTrust 
3710 Highland Horseshoe RealtyTrust 
3710 Highland Horseshoe RealtyTrust 
3710 Highland Hors-eshoe RealtyTrust 

660 Hill, John 



224 


A-042 


882 


F-079 


677 


D-032 


972 


B-046 


678 


H-118-01 


686 


F-116 


687 


F-131 


688 


F-130 


689 


F-128 


864 


B-144 


596 


L-019 


597 


D-106-01 


598 


D-106-02 


599 


D-107 


679 


C-067 



BUILDING 


LAMD 


CURRENT 


EXEMPTIONS 


KT 


VALUE 


VALUE 


USE 


OFF VALUATION 


VALUATION 





1,700 R 








1,700 


79,400 R 


19,000 R 








98,400 





20O R 








200 


43.400 R 


14.200 R 





a 


r.::: 


36,400 R 


31,200 R 








67,600 


77,500 R 


22,300 R 








99,800 





1,100 R 


• 


o 


1,100 


37,000 R 


20,300 R 








57,300 


39,700 R 


19.800 R 








59,500 


70,400 C 


14,400 C 








84,800 


32,300 C 


6,300 C 








38,600 


34,600 R 


19.000 R 








:3.t;: 


46,600 R 


14,300 R 








:..•:: 


25,100 R 


10,100 R 








35,200 


35,500 R 


6,100 R 








-:,::; 








3,523 





3,523 








477 





477 








2,743 





2,743 








921 





921 








240 





240 








1,871 





1,871 








2,330 





2,330 








1,107 





1,107 


61,500 R 


10,000 R 


11.797 





:3.: : ' 


6,900 











6,900 








2,236 





2,236 








453 





453 


3,000 R 


7,200 R 


212 





10,412 


26,600 R 


11,400 R 








38,000 


9,700 M 


15,100 R 








:■«.-::■:■ 


99,200 R 


26,400 R 








125,600 


48,400 R 


19,200 R 








67,600 


66,500 R 


13,000 R 


510 





80,010 


66,400 R 


20,800 R 








87,200 


58,400 R 


21,500 R 








79,900 





30,500 N 








::.:;: 


671,805 R 


70,600 R 





716,128 D 


26,277 


126,300 R 


42,200 R 





134,080 D 


34,420 


615,494 R 


50,800 R 





528,124 BD 


13S.rO 


134,700 R 


42,300 R 








177,000 





800 R 








800 





12,660 R 








12,660 





13,120 R 








13,120 


54,000 R 


31,000 R 








85,000 


71,100 R 


27,600 R 








98,700 



96 



TITLE 
DATE 



PROPERTY INVENTORY MASTER LIST 
10/20/93 TRANSFER CTL* 202 



TOWN OF WILTON, N.H> 
SEQUENCED BY NAME - TAXES ROUNDED * 



MUNICIPAL TAX BILLING SYSTEM 
PACE* 18 



* SELECTED BY! ALL PROPERTIES 
ACT* PROPERTY OWNER 



SERi 


1 HAP* 


478 


B-028 


1363 


B-087 


681 


F-132 


682 


A-007 


683 


K-136 


684 


K-139 


685 


K-147 


690 


D-019-01 


691 


D-136 


693 


D-087 


694 


D-089 


695 


D-124 


696 


M-095 


1579 


C-084 


698 


K-010 


697 


K-091 


699 


D-150 


700 


L-022 


701 


L-030 


702 


J-084 


826 


H-130 


703 


K-033 


704 


K-038 


705 


K-034 


706 


F-037-01 


707 


C-039 


708 


C-039-A 


710 


J-091 


1376 


D-030 


1867 


F-037-02 


712 


B-031-02 


2016 


B-031-03 


711 


B-020 


713 


B-070 


715 


B-070-01 


2017 


B-031-01 


714 


B-017 


716 


B-024 


717 


B-026 


720 


F-014 


719 


B-019 


721 


B-075-02 


722 


B-074 


723 


B-075 


724 


B-075-01 



LOT* 



BUILDING 


LAND 


CURRENT 


EXEMPTIONS 


NET 


VALUE 


VALUE 


USE 1 


IFF VALUATION 


VALUATION 


33,500 R 


24,400 R 








57,900 


83,100 R 


21,900 R 








105,000 


45,500 R 


27,000 R 


687 





73,187 





500 N 








500 





200 R 








200 





100 R 








100 





100 R 








100 


48,900 R 


22,400 R 








71,300 


113,300 R 


31,000 R 








144,300 





21,700 R 








21,700 





65,800 R 








65,800 





12,000 R 


1,782 





13,782 


13,800 R 


11,500 R 








25,300 


64,500 R 


23,500 R 








88,000 


35,600 R 


11,900 R 








47,500 


37,100 R 


6,800 R 








43,900 


55,400 R 


19,800 R 








75,200 


34,400 R 


18,500 R 








52,900 





2,600 R 








2,600 


42,500 R 


8,900 R 








51,400 


36,600 R 


17,600 R 








54,200 


52,200 C 


16,900 C 








69,100 


R 


300 R 








300 





5,800 R 








5,800 


46,900 R 


22,000 R 








68,900 


59,800 R 


28,000 R 


276 





88,076 


N 














26,900 R 


6,400 R 








33,300 


44,000 R 


11,300 R 








55,300 


6,000 R 


15,300 R 





- 


21,300 


3,080 Q 


19,800 Q 


1,345 





24,225 








2,798 





2,798 








857 





857 


73,400 Q 


26,576 Q 


3,161 





103,137 








31 





31 








7,531 





7,531 








860 





860 








396 





396 


78,000 R 


26,400 R 


1,209 





105,609 


39,100 R 


21,300 R 








60,400 


70,300 R 


21,000 R 








91,300 








107 





107 


14,300 Q 


11,400 


2,680 





28,380 


86,700 


53,300 Q 


4,912 





144,912 


6,600 Q 


14,600 Q 


353 





21,553 



2023 Hill, Matthew D 
5188 Hill, Robert A 

662 Hiller, Berton B 

663 Hillsborough County Ceietery 

664 Hillsborough Mills Inc 

664 Hillsborough Mills Inc 

664 Hillsborough Mills Inc 

665 Hinchee, Michael R 
667 Hines, Anne Colby 

672 Hitchiner Manufacturing Co 

672 Hitchiner Manufacturing Co 

673 Hoagland Sr, David A 
673 Hoagland Sr, David A 

1728 Hoar, Andrew V 
676 Hodge Jr, Herbert T 

675 Hodge Sr, Herbert 
682 Hodgeian, Stanley H 
678 Hodgen, Arthur J 
678 Hodgen, Arthur J 
680 Hodgen, Wesley 

4912 Hoff , Uilliai A 
3282 Holland, Paul 
3282 Holland, Paul 
3282 Holland, Paul 

686 Holies, Frederick M 

687 Holies, Michael B 

687 Holies, Michael B 

688 Holies, Rayiond A 
3810 Holies, Richard F 

689 Holies, Thoias G 

691 Holt Brothers 

691 Holt Brothers 

690 Holt, Benjaiin 
690 Holt, Benjaiin 
690 Holt, Benjaiin 

690 Holt, Benjaiin 
4962 Holt, Daniel 

692 Holt, Ellen C 

692 Holt, Ellen C 

693 Holt, Kenneth R 

694 Holt, Mark C 

696 Hoie Fan Realty Trust 
696 Hoie Fan Realty Trust 
696 Hoie Fan Realty Trust 
696 Hoie Fan Realty Trust 



97 



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DATE 



PROPERTY INVENTOR* MASTER LIST 
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TOWN OF WILTON, N.H. 
SEQUENCED BY NAME - TAXES ROUNDED * 



MUNICIPAL TAX BILLING SYSTEM 
PAGE* 19 



* SELECTED BY: ALL PROPERTIES 
ACT* PROPERTY OWNER 



SER* MAP* 



LOT* 



4394 Hoover, Hubert E 
699 Hoover, Hubert M 
699 Hoover, Hubert M 

699 Hoover, Hubert H 
4492 Horsley, Sylvia W 

700 Houle, Rene 

702 Howard, Gregory M 

704 Howe, Warren and Narita 
4074 Howson, Kil A 

705 Hubbard, David W 

707 Hubbard, Sharon A 

708 Hubert, Nancy M 

709 Hubley, Mildred L 

710 Hunter, D Rachel 
712 Hurley, Elizabeth A 

714 Hurley, John W 

2672 Hurley, Tunie 

717 Hussey, Edward H 

718 Hussey, Forrest A 
718 Hussey, Forrest A 

722 Hutchinson Jr, Ernest R 
720 Hutchinson Sr, Ernest R 

2528 Hutchinson, Craig J 
724 Hutchinson, John H 

2660 Hutchinson, Kis 

726 Hutchinson, Leah C 

726 Hutchinson, Leah C 

728 Hutchinson, Lester W 

728 Hutchinson, Lester W 

730 Hutchinson, Patricia M 

731 Hutchinson, Paul F 
731 Hutchin c on, Paul F 

733 Hyiowitz, Janet H 

734 Hysette, Ja«es 
2765 Ingrahaa, Robert D 

739 J t M Realty Trust 

740 JacKson Sr, Robert 
4780 Jacques, Michael S 

742 Jadis, Paul A 
2689 Jaiie, Enrique D 

744 Jarest Jr, Alfred J 
3700 Jarest Trust, Arthur 

747 Jarest, Eleanor L 

748 Jarest, Geraldine C 

749 Jarvis, Leo R 



799 


C-148 


726 


D-018 


727 


D-001 


728 


C-042 


1366 


J-013 


729 


D-027 


730 


D-054 


731 


J-037 


109 


F-059 


732 


H-029-02 


733 


H-029-04 


734 


J-022 


735 


F-168 


737 


C-040 


738 


K-145 


739 


B-138 


740 


M-068 


741 


F-062 


742 


J-029 


743 


B-101 


745 


F-104 


744 


L-031 


1367 


J-071 


746 


K-155 


411 


J-035 


747 


B-004 


748 


K-086 


749 


B-005 


750 


B-142 


751 


B-129 


752 


K-043 


753 


K-041 


754 


D-141 


755 


A-033 


273 


B-127 


760 


DX-095-18 


762 


B-081 


1859 


E-011-02 


763 


K-071 


1722 


A-071 


764 


K-123 


765 


K-140 


766 


K-085 


767 


J-028 


768 


K-130 



BUILDING 


LAND 


CURRENT 


EXEMPTIONS 


NET 


VALUE 


VALUE 


USE I 


)FF VALUATION 


VALUATION 


61,000 R 


15,200 R 








76,200 


61,000 R 


23,903 R 


335 





85,238 








707 





707 








349 





349 


28,700 R 


7,500 R 








36,200 


31,700 R 


11,300 R 








43,000 


39,900 R 


18,200 R 








58,100 


49,600 R 


8,000 R 








57,600 


38,800 R 


9,900 R 








48,700 


50,890 R 


IB, 700 R 








69,590 


34,400 R 


18,600 R 








53,000 


31,000 R 


16,000 R 








47,000 


26,200 R 


22,100 R 








48,300 


23,600 R 


26,300 R 








49,900 


39,100 R 


11,300 R 





15,000 V 


35,400 


27,900 R 


9,900 R 








37,800 


29,000 R 


16,900 R 








45,900 


9,800 R 


10,900 R 








20,700 


82,500 R 


17,800 R 








100,300 





24,300 R 








24,300 


73,000 R 


20,000 R 








93,000 


27,700 R 


19,000 R 








46,700 


19,200 R 


5,800 R 








25,000 


48,300 R 


17,800 R 








66,100 


29,500 R 


7,200 R 








36,700 





12,800 R 








12,800 


42,600 R 


12,800 R 








55,400 





8,900 R 








8,900 


44,300 R 


22,300 R 








66,600 


26,700 R 


19,100 R 








45,800 


58,300 R 


22,800 R 








81,100 





800 R 








800 


58,400 R 


20,000 R 








78,400 





200 R 








200 


87,800 R 


23,200 R 








111,000 


37,580 R 


6,100 R 








43,680 


28,500 R 


9,100 R 








37,600 








736 





736 


52,600 R 


13,800 R 








66,400 





N 











31,600 R 


11,300 R 








42,900 


26,300 R 


11,300 R 








37,600 


34,200 R 


10,900 R 








45,100 


58,600 R 


11,300 R 








69,900 





300 R 








300 


98 











TITLE 
DATE 



PROPERTY INVENTORY MASTER LIST 
10/20/93 TRANSFER CTL* 202 



TOMN OF WILTON, N.H. 
SEQUENCED BY NAME - TAXES ROUNDED * 



MUNICIPAL TAX BILLING SYSTEM 
PAGE* 20 



* SELECTED BY*. ALL PROPERTIES 
ACT* PROPERTY OMNER 



SER* MAP* 



LOT* 



BUILDING 


LAND 


CURRENT 


EXEMPTIONS 


NET 


VALUE 


VALUE 


USE ( 


)FF VALUATION 


VALUATION 


43,000 R 


12,800 R 








55,800 





17,000 R 








17,000 


38,400 R 


19,600 R 








58,000 


41,700 R 


18,300 R 








60,000 


48,400 R 


18,600 R 








67,000 


77,500 R 


18,900 R 








96,400 


53,100 R 











53,100 


39,300 R 


9,900 R 








49,200 


40,600 R 


20,500 R 








61,100 


48,000 R 


25,200 R 








73,200 


43,800 R 


16,800 R 








60,600 


35,500 R 


6,100 R 








41,600 





14,600 R 








14,600 


22,600 M 


15,700 R 








38,300 


46,100 R 


20,900 R 








67,000 


34,400 R 


19,800 R 








54,200 


51,700 R 


19,800 R 








71,500 


12,200 R 


13,600 R 








25,800 


58,200 R 


20,400 R 








78,600 








1,688 





1,688 


100,000 R 


20,400 R 








120,400 


75,000 R 


20,600 R 








95,600 


67,600 R 


26,100 R 








93,700 


29,400 R 


9,600 R 








39,000 


62,900 C 


7,600 C 








70,500 


49,300 R 


16,750 R 








66,050 


79,800 R 


22,100 R 








101,900 





21,560 R 








21,560 


37,000 R 


21,300 R 








58,300 


42,800 R 


21,200 R 








64,000 





19,600 R 








19,600 


40,600 R 


15,100 R 








55,700 


10,200 C 


6,300 C 








16,500 


39,000 R 


26,800 R 








65,800 


35,500 R 


6,100 R 








41,600 


59,800 R 


16,000 R 








75,800 








1,947 





1,947 








778 





778 


46,800 R 


16,800 R 








63,600 





16,800 R 








16,800 


29,600 R 


21,300 R 








50,900 


59,300 R 


19,900 R 








79,200 


53,600 R 


20,000 R 








73,600 


40,500 R 


10,400 R 








50,900 





19,200 R 








19,200 


99 











751 Jasper, Jones A 
4973 JBS Realty Trust 

755 Jean, Kevin M 

236 Jeffers, Janice G 
4767 Jefferson, Million J 

4026 Jennings, David L 
758 Jennings, Ross V 
4777 Jette, RicKy 

760 Johnson, Carleton S 

761 Johnson, Lorey Z 

2678 Johnson, Philip B 

762 Johnson, Scott U 

4930 Johnson, M Bruce i Kathleen 

765 Jones, Ronona H 

766 Jowders, Allen U 

768 Jowders, Harold R 

770 Jowders, John A 
4906 Joyal, Jason E 
1111 Kahn, Richard S 
5110 Kaladish, Robert I Allison 

5110 Kaladish, Robert I Allison 
2899 Kaniwec, George 

772 Kann, Erwin G 

776 Keddy, Richard J 

778 Keefe, John Miles 

779 Keefe, Million J 
779 Keefe, Million J 

779 Keefe, Million J 

780 Keilig, Carol J 

782 Keilig, Richard H & June L 

784 Kennedy, Elizabeth 

785 Kennedy, H Janes 
787 Kennedy, Harold E 
787 Kennedy, Harold E 
789 KesKinen, Stephen 

793 Keyes, Earl S/Ivy H 

794 Keyes, Herbert 

794 Keyes, Herbert 
1730 Khoury, Charles R 
1730 Khoury, Charles R 

795 Kinball, Dona J 
797 Kincaid, Wayne R 
799 King, Neil 
801 King, Million J 
804 KirKland, Keith B 



1580 K-088 
1826 H-042-22 

777 M-037 

209 B-112 

1318 M-027 

1798 D-158-10 

769 AX-039-09 
1596 J-121 

770 B-113 

771 B-055 

953 H-l 11-03 

772 BX-095-15 
2007 C-134-01-9 

773 B-103 

774 H-038 

776 F-043 

775 F-076 
286 B-082 

1584 A-040 

2015 A-044-01 

249 H-105 

1229 D-082-03 

779 E-034 

781 K-087 

782 J-046 

519 H-051-01 

1800 D-084-01 

783 B-039-01 

784 H-124 
786 H-129 

785 E-001 

788 K-120 

789 J-122 

790 F-003 

791 DX-095-14 

793 F-165 

794 C-004 

795 C-030 

1581 H-l 11-06 
1850 H-l 11-07 

797 D-132 

798 M-058 

800 H-014 

801 J-097 
803 C-016 



TITLE 
DATE 



PROPERTY INVENTORY MASTER LIST 
10/20/93 TRANSFER CTL* 202 



TOVN OF WILTON, N.H. 
SEQUENCED BY NAME - TAXES ROUNDED * 



MUNICIPAL TAX BILLING SYSTEM 
PAGE* 21 



* SELECTED BY 5 ALL PROPERTIES 
ACT* PROPERTY OWNER 



SER* NAP* 



LOT* 



804 Kirk land, Keith B 
804 Kirkland, Keith B 
806 Klein, Herbert T 
809 Knight, Kenneth R 
811 Knippers, Linda J 

813 Knoules, Margaret S 

814 Knowlton, Dennis A 
1112 Konefal, Robert S 
4616 Koning, 6 Paul 

818 Kullgren, Frank 

4386 Kuo, Jan-Heng 
820 Kyte, Thomas B 
823 LaBarre, Raymond P 

4453 Label Art Inc 

4453 Label Art Inc 

4453 Label Art Inc 
4453 Label Art Inc 
4453 Label Art Inc 
4453 Label Art Inc 
4453 Label Art Inc 

753 Labrie, Alfred P 

825 LaCasse, Edward 

826 LaCasse, Joseph E 

827 Lac our se, Diane 
829 Ladouceur, Roger H 

833 Lajoie, Roland 1 Joann 
837 Laninen Jr, Eddie J 
836 Laninen Sr, Eddie J 
836 Laninen Sr, Eddie J 
836 Laninen Sr, Eddie J 

839 Laninen, C Edith 
3601 LaMontagne, George 

840 Laws, Eugene H 
842 Landry Jr, Robert J 
842 Landry Jr, Robert J 

844 Langdell, Jane 

844 Langdell, Jane 

845 Langille, Randy A 

847 LaPonsee, David 

848 LaPonsie, John Corad 

850 Larpenter, Bryan A 

852 Lass, Jeffrey N 

854 Laurel Lodge 
1115 Laurent, Richard J 
4960 Lawrence, Kenneth E 



804 


C-015-01 


805 


C-015-02 


806 


AX-039-06 


809 


L-024 


810 


F-088-02 


811 


B-133 


812 


A-051 


813 


C-072 


930 


H-025 


816 


H-063 


903 


K-lll 


1772 


H-058 


820 


B-073 


1024 


J-110 


1026 


J-lll 


1027 


J-113 


1028 


L-032 


1029 


L-038 


1030 


L-046 


1031 


L-066 


821 


J-131 


822 


D-068 


823 


J-117 


824 


D-047 


825 


J-026 


1582 


C-119 


830 


D-051 


827 


D-050 


828 


D-053 


829 


D-055 


831 


M-054 


1277 


K-065 


832 


D-019-05 


833 


L-026 


1758 


FX-021 


834 


C-071 


835 


C-070 


836 


D-151 


837 


J-095 


838 


J-114 


839 


C-014-01 


840 


B-022 


841 


J-016 


842 


M-079 


1234 


H-053 



BUILDING 


LAND 


CURRENT 


EXEMPTIONS 


NET 


VALUE 


VALUE 


USE 1 


3FF VALUATION 


VALUATION 





18,700 R 








18,700 





18,200 R 








18,200 


40,000 R 








5,000 T 


35,000 


38,500 R 


20,900 R 








59,400 


66,600 R 


19,400 R 








86,000 


44,400 R 


19,000 R 








63,400 


55,540 R 


18,700 R 








74,240 


83,500 R 


22,000 R 








MSfSM 


82,500 R 


17,000 R 








99,500 


31,900 R 


15,000 R 








46,900 


40,500 R 


9,800 R 








50,300 


11,300 R 


21,500 R 








32,800 


59,400 R 


14,500 R 








73,900 


302,800 I 


25,300 I 








328, iW 


58,100 R 


11,300 R 








69,400 





21,000 R 








21,000 





1,500 R 








1,500 





10,100 R 








10, Id 





10,200 R 








10,200 


515,000 I 


41,400 I 








556,400 


36,900 R 


15,400 R 








52,300 


40,100 R 


6,400 R 








46,500 


23,800 R 


12,500 R 








36,300 


55,000 R 


21,300 R 








76,300 


43,800 R 


13,100 R 








56,900 


111,600 R 


16,600 R 








128,200 


53,300 R 


18,900 R 








72,200 








669 





669 








4 





4 


49,800 R 


19,950 R 


283 





70,033 


46,000 R 


20,900 R 








66,900 


53,300 R 


5,000 R 








58,300 


73,400 R 


20,400 R 








93,800 


41,500 R 


16,700 R 








58,200 


800 C 











800 


53,600 C 


22,000 C 


1,263 





76,863 


6,700 R 


11,000 R 


449 





18,149 


60,900 R 


20,400 R 








81,300 


33,200 R 


14,200 R 








47,400 


27,900 R 


12,000 R 








1MM 


53,800 R 


19,100 R 








72,900 


37,000 R 


14,400 R 








51,400 


26,500 R 


9,900 R 








36,400 


49,500 R 


17,600 R 








67,100 


46,800 R 


27,600 R 








74,400 


100 











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PROPERTY INVENTORY MASTER LIST 
10/20/93 TRANSFER CTL* 202 



TOWN OF WILTON, N.H. 
SEQUENCED BY NAME - TAXES ROUNDED * 



MUNICIPAL TAX BILLING SYSTEM 
PAGE* 22 



$ SELECTED BY! ALL PROPERTIES 
ACT* PROPERTY OWNER 



1528 Lawson, ttonon 

856 Layer , Robert C 
3545 Leadb eater, Todd A 

857 LeBlanc, Norton E 
2154 Lee III, Williai J 

4791 Lee, Charles W 
860 Leete Jr, Charles U 
862 LeFrancois, Richard P 
862 LeFrancois, Richard P 

1117 Leiire Real Estate, Joan P 

865 Leiire, Joan P 
865 Leiire, Joan P 
865 Leiire, Joan P 
865 Leiire, Joan P 

865 Leiire, Joan P 

866 Leutzinger, Charles G 

1118 Levesque, Gerard J 

867 Levesque, Robert 
867 Levesque, Robert 

4858 Levine, Harold C 

870 Lewis, Wesley Day 

871 Licht, dorian E 
3522 Liioges, Linda 

873 Linke, Dallas R 

874 Linnell, J Andrew 

2813 Litchfield, Alvin 6 
2813 Litchfield, Alvin G 
2813 Litchfield, Alvin 6 
3591 Lizotte, Thorns M 

878 LocKlin, Deborah 

879 Lock 1 in, Lloyd E 

880 Lord, 6a ry L 
882 Lord, Jacqueline 

3487 Lord, Warren 

4838 Lorden Revocable Trust, Celia 

4838 Lorden Revocable Trust, Celia 
1127 Lorenzen, Paul L 

886 Lorette, Becky A 
2170 Lorette, Robert W 

888 Lovecky, Steven 6 

890 Loverie Sr, Alexander 
892 Lowe, Michael F 
894 Lowe, Welby P 
4363 Lucas, Leo A 
901 Lucier, Nancy A 



SER* 


MAP* 


1638 


M-070 


844 


DX-095-23 


874 


F-151-01 


845 


B-060 


460 


DX-095-34 


373 


C-010 


846 


DX-095-05 


847 


K-078 


848 


K-079 


853 


J-055 


850 


F-025 


851 


J-062 


852 


J-063 


212 


F-066 


1760 


F-063-01 


855 


A-032 


856 


J-033 


858 


F-143 


859 


J-038 


1213 


B-078 


861 


H-085 


862 


L-013 


843 


D-106-03 


865 


H-077 


866 


L-004 


933 


C-059 


934 


C-092 


935 


C-093 


627 


H-O29-01-2 


869 


D-112 


868 


B-018 


870 


J-107 


871 


B-100 


1684 


K-024 


872 


C-037 


873 


C-052 


920 


J-096 


876 


D-082-02 


780 


J-023 


877 


K-089 


878 


D-031 


879 


D-019-06 


880 


J-092 


709 


F-037 


884 


H-116 



LOT* 



BUILDING 


LAND 


CURRENT 


EXEMPTIONS 


NET 


VALUE 


VALUE 


USE i 


3FF VALUATION 


VALUATION 


37,400 R 


18,500 R 








55,900 


35,500 R 


6,100 R 








41,600 


86,000 R 


18,500 R 








104,500 


72,100 R 


21,100 R 








93,200 


35,500 R 


6,100 R 








41,600 


55,000 R 


18,000 R 


683 





73,683 


35,500 R 


6,100 R 








41,600 


23,200 R 


10,200 R 








33,400 





1,400 R 








1,400 


87,400 C 


15,700 C 








103,100 





88,600 R 








88,600 


65,800 C 


10,000 C 








75,800 


128,100 C 


28,000 C 








156,100 





9,000 R 








9,000 


49,900 R 


19,800 R 








69,700 


166,300 R 


24,100 R 


2,012 





192,412 


77,700 R 


23,800 R 








101,500 





21,000 R 








21,000 


194,900 R 


25,000 R 








219,900 


74,700 R 


20,800 R 








95,500 





11,400 R 








11,400 


31,600 R 


7,700 R 








39,300 


20,300 R 


14,560 R 








34,860 


115,900 R 


23,000 R 


690 





139,590 


68,700 R 


15,100 R 








83,800 


71,400 R 


40,700 R 








112,100 





3,900 R 








3,900 





1,800 R 








1,800 


103,800 R 


25,800 R 








129,600 





9,700 R 








9,700 


55,800 R 


16,600 R 








72,400 


31,300 R 


7,200 R 








38,500 


44,600 R 


14,900 R 








59,500 


31,700 R 


11,300 R 








43,000 








249 





249 


103,600 R 


33,000 R 


1,933 





138,533 


30,100 R 


8,400 R 








38,500 


50,200 R 


18,700 R 








68,900 


51,800 R 


12,400 R 








64,200 


38,200 R 


11,300 R 








49,500 


47,800 R 


19,600 R 








67,400 


148,400 R 


20,200 R 








168,600 


16,300 R 


11,000 R 








27,300 


78,700 R 


22,100 R 








100,800 


33,100 R 


20,400 R 








53,500 


101 











TITLE 
DATE 



PROPERTY INVENTORY HASTER LIST 
10/20/93 TRANSFER CTL* 202 



TOWN OF WILTON, N.H. 
SEQUENCED BY NAME - TAXES ROUNDED * 



HUNICIPAL TAX BILLING SYSTEH 
PAGE* 23 



* SELECTED BY: ALL PROPERTIES 
ACT* PROPERTY OWNER 


SER4 


BUILDING 
HAP* LOT* VALUE 


LAND 
VALUE 


CURRENT 
USE 1 


EXEHPTIONS 
)FF VALUATION 


NET 
VALUATION 


2685 Luebker, Bradford W 
2146 Luter, Daniel E. 

905 Lyford, Willis 
2372 Hacarelli, Joseph S 

909 HacCallua, Dennis L 


117 
894 
886 
889 
1583 


DX-095-26 
K-002 
H-072 
F-088-03 
C-l 15-01 


35,500 R 
45,500 R 
93,800 R 
60,500 R 
71,600 R 


6,100 R 
13,800 R 
26,800 R 
19,400 R 
19,000 R 
















41,600 
59,300 
120,600 
79,900 
90,600 


911 HacDonald, John C 
911 HacDonald, John C 
917 HacKay, Jean H 
917 HacKay, Jean H 
4324 Hackintosh Jr, Robert G 


890 
891 
625 
895 
1687 


D-101 

D-102 

AX-039-04 

AX-039-03 

F-077 



52,600 R 
87,300 R 
59,200 R 
56,000 R 


3,200 R 
26,900 R 




20,100 R 











15,000 A 




3,200 
79,500 
72,300 
59,200 
76,100 


919 HacHartin Jr, J Alexander 
919 HacHartin Jr, J Alexander 
1121 HacPherson, Hark R 
921 HacWilliaas, Frank R 
923 Hagee, Catherine A 


897 
898 
899 
900 
901 


A-080 
A-001 
H-086 
B-131 
B-141 



93,700 R 
49,800 R 
34,000 R 
42,400 R 


18,500 R 
13,760 R 
22,100 R 
11,000 R 
20,500 R 



863 












18,500 
108,323 
71,900 
45,000 
62,900 


2164 Haguire, Robert 

925 Hahoney, Veronica H 

926 Haki, Dennis W 
928 Haki, Hichael E 
931 Hallows Jr, Allen J 


62 
1830 
905 
906 
908 


K-116 

K-097-01 

D-064 

F-162 

L-033 


28,800 R 
43,500 R 
33,600 R 
114,500 C 
26,700 R 


8,000 R 
14,500 R 
20,300 R 
27,200 C 
16,200 R - 
















36,800 
58,000 
53,900 
141,700 
42,900 


930 Hallows Sr, Allen 

933 Haloney, Leo F 
3055 Haloney, Patricia A 

934 Hanley, Hartin I 
1124 Hanley, Thorns E 


907 
1585 
718 
909 
910 


L-003 
H-043-01 
AX -039-08 
F-147 
K-126 


37,400 R 
58,200 R 
24,600 R 
1,100 H 
31,700 R 


15,400 R 
19,700 R 


10,900 R 
11,300 R 













15,000 A 


52,800 
77,900 
24,600 
12,000 
28,000 


935 Hannarino, Frank A 
938 Hanning, Helga 

940 Hark, Dana 

941 Harkaverich, Darryl J 
943 Harkaverich, Dennis H 


911 
1556 
914 
915 
916 


H-075 

H-107-02 

F-155 

D-034 

D-035 


86,000 R 
85,000 R 
16,200 R 
52,200 R 



18,600 R 
24,200 R 
20,100 R 
18,100 R 
13,400 R 


513 

902 















105,113 

110,102 

36,300 

70,300 

13,400 


944 Harkaverich, Florence 

945 Harks, Edward J 
951 Hartel, Paul 

955 Hartin Jr, Arthur J 
953 Hartin, Andrew L 


917 
918 
922 
924 
923 


D-042 
H-033 
L-035 
K-029 
H-017 


28,700 R 
42,430 R 
44,400 R 
56,200 R 
40,400 R 


24,697 R 
20,700 R 
8,000 R 
13,800 R 
20,200 R 


602 














53,999 
63,130 
52,400 
70,000 
60,600 


958 Hartin, Jaaes D 
1856 Hartin, Jaaes P 
1755 Hartin, Hary L 
4817 Hartin, Randall 
4817 Hartin, Randall 


928 
437 
1554 
925 
926 


A-027 
K-083 
H-033 
A-078 
A-077 


45,100 R 
44,200 R 
33,200 R 






35,500 R 
14,900 R 
18,500 R 












915 

236 









80,600 

59,100 

51,700 

915 

236 


4817 Hartin, Randall 
960 Hason, Isabella F 
4889 Hassachusetts Coapany 
4889 Hassachusetts Coapany 
4889 Hassachusetts Coapany 


927 

929 

1884 

1885 

1886 


A-079 

F-138 

B-001-03 

B-001-02 

B-001-01 



33,200 R 



102 



28,600 R 
18,000 R 
16,600 R 
16,300 R 


1,109 













1,109 
61,800 
18,000 
16,600 
16,300 



TITLE 
DATE 



PROPERTY INVENTORY HASTER LIST 
10/20/93 TRANSFER CTL* 202 



TOWN OF UILTON, N.H. 
SEQUENCED BY NAME - TAXES ROUNDED t 



HUNICIPAL TAX BILLING SYSTEM 
PAGE* 24 



* SELECTED BYt ALL PROPERTIES 
ACT* PROPERTY OWNER 



SER* HAP* 



LOT* 



BUILDING 


LAND 


CURRENT 


EXEMPTIONS 


NET 


VALUE 


VALUE 


USE i 


3FF VALUATION 


VALUATION 


35,500 R 


6,100 R 








41,600 








100 





100 








239 





239 


61,200 R 


18,300 R 


1,103 





80,603 


60,100 R 


19,920 R 


321 





80,341 





23,500 R 








23,500 





15,000 R 








15,000 








698 





698 


82,800 R 


25,200 R 


1,035 





109,035 


500 R 


6,500 R 








7,000 


38,800 R 


14,200 R 








53,000 





10,000 R 








10,000 


33,400 R 


16,600 R 








50,000 








1,126 





1,126 


35,300 R 


18,600 R 








53,900 


39,100 R 


29,200 R 








68,300 


1,700 R 


15,400 R 








17,100 


45,500 R 


17,300 R 








62,800 


30,200 R 


24,500 R 


6,839 





61,539 


38,800 R 


18,000 R 


444 





57,244 








170 





170 


47,600 R 


26,200 R 








73,800 





18,000 R 








18,000 


50,900 R 


10,000 R 








60,900 





30,150 R 








30,150 


37,700 R 


18,000 R 








55,700 


70,000 R 


18,000 R 








88,000 


50,800 R 


14,300 R 





35,000 XA 


30,100 


35,000 R 


16,900 R 








51,900 


25,100 R 


11,900 R 








37,000 


74,000 R 


23,200 R 








97,200 


29,500 R 


22,500 R 








52,000 





12,800 R 








12,800 


19,500 R 


14,100 R 








33,600 


56,600 R 


22,800 R 








79,400 


63,400 R 


18,100 R 


1,264 





82,764 


51,300 R 


17,600 R 








68,900 


59,800 R 


19,000 R 








78,800 


27,100 R 


17,600 R 








44,700 


54,500 R 


20,600 R 








75,100 





14,600 R 








14,600 





15,100 R 








15,100 


45,500 R 


24,000 R 








69,500 


65,100 R 


29,000 R 








94,100 


40,000 I 


9,400 I 








49,400 


103 











764 Hostroftcrino, Kathleen F 


1586 


DX-095-13 


961 Hazur, Gerald 


1864 


H-108-01-1 


961 Hazur, Gerald 


1865 


H-108-01-2 


3858 Hazzuchelli, Joseph A 


1871 


H-103-02 


3858 Hazzuchelli, Joseph A 


1147 


H-103-01 


1734 HcCallion, Jenny D 


1588 


A-021 


1734 HcCallion, Jenny D 


1589 


A-030 


965 He Co 1 ion t, Hare U 


9 


A-015 


965 HcCaltont, Hare U 


931 


A-014 


1128 McCarthy Heirs 


932 


K-138 


4618 McDonald, Trent P 


849 


J-021 


972 HcEntee, Tiaothy J 


936 


B-071 


972 HcEntee, Titothy J 


937 


B-072 


974 NcGettigan Jr, Charles 


1304 


H-056 


974 HcGettiqan Jr, Charles 


1590 


F-097 


974 HcGettiqan Jr, Charles 


938 


F-103 


976 HcGettiqan Sr, Donald R 


939 


F-086 


976 HcGettiqan Sr, Donald R 


940 


K-040 


978 HcGettiqan, Dorothy S 


941 


F-102 


978 HcGettiqan, Dorothy S 


942 


F-090 


978 HcGettiqan, Dorothy S 


943 


F-100 


979 Hc6ettiqan, Jaies J 


944 


F-089 


975 HcGettiqan, Laura E 


1857 


H-012-03 


975 HcGettiqan, Laura E 


945 


K-107 


975 HcGettiqan, Laura E 


946 


H-012 


4130 HcGovem Jr, Edward F 


91 


D-121 


1078 HcGovern, Sandra Caswell 


236 


D-120 


5057 McSrath Trust, Cossett 


947 


K-096 


1129 HcGurl, Jases R 


948 


H-065 


983 Hclntyre, Dennis 


949 


K-012 


4879 HcKeown Trust, The 


954 


H-022 


985 McMillan, ThoMS H 


955 


H-060 


988 McNeill, Edward 


1745 


C-022-01 


989 McQuade, Robert 


959 


L-058 


1132 Heqa, Christopher A 


960 


H-081 


990 Helcher Jr, Harold P 


961 


H-095 


993 Merrill, Douglas C 


963 


F-060 


993 Merrill, Douglas C 


964 


K-039 


993 Merrill, Douglas C 


965 


K-157 


995 Merrill, John A 


966 


H-098 


4135 Heserve, David D t Mary E 


1876 


B-140-09 


997 Hetcalf, Elizabeth 


967 


H-029-03 


4510 Hichaud Jr, H Richard 


1340 


F-083-02 


998 Hiles, Bewley T 


968 


B-068 


1134 Hilford Elt Street Trust 


969 


K-165 



TITLE 
DATE 



PROPERTY INVENTORY MASTER LIST 
10/20/93 TRANSFER CTL* 202 



TOWN OF HILTON, N.H. 
SEQUENCED BY NAME - TAXES ROUNDED * 



MUNICIPAL TAX BILLING SYSTEM 
PAGE* 25 



* SELECTED BY! ALL PROPERTIES 
ACT* PROPERTY OWNER 



SER* MAP* 



LOT* 



BUILDING 


LAND 


CURRENT 


EXEMPTIONS 


NET 


VALUE 


VALUE 


USE OFF VALUATION 


VALUATION 





45,500 R 








45,500 


53,200 R 


19,900 R 








73,100 


36,500 R 











36,500 


47,200 R 


19,000 R 








66,200 


60,000 R 


20,660 R 








80,660 


34,100 R 


15,500 R 








49,600 


57,300 R 


19,900 R 








77,200 


36,700 R 


13,900 R 








50,600 


5,800 N 











5,800 





178,000 R 


1,898 





179,898 


265,300 I 


47,800 I 








313,100 





26,900 I 








26,900 


14,100 R 


18,200 R 








32,300 


45,100 R 


20,000 R 








65,100 


35,500 R 


6,100 R 








41,600 





16,400 R 








16,400 


23,000 R 


16,200 R 








39,200 


32,100 R 


12,000 R 








44,100 


74,000 R 


31,000 R 








105,000 


48,400 R 


20,000 R 








68,400 


5,200 M 











5,200 


5,000 M 











5,000 


63,100 R 


13,900 R 








77,000 


673,900 R 


42,000 R 








715,900 


36,200 R 


13,700 R 








49,900 


127,200 R 


20,800 R 








148,000 


104,600 R 


18,000 R 








122,600 





21,000 R 








21,000 


61,100 R 


22,200 R 








83,300 


61,500 R 


22,100 R 








83,600 


51,800 R 


12,300 R 








64,100 


39,800 R 


9,900 R 








49,700 


35,500 R 


6,100 R 








41,600 


43,300 R 


21,000 R 








64,300 


89,600 R 


20,400 R 








110,000 


49,700 R 


22,100 R 








71,800 


39,200 R 


13,800 R 








53,000 


114,400 C 


15,800 C 








130,200 


67,100 R 


22,600 R 








89,700 








397 





397 








1,633 





1,633 








603 





603 





4,200 C 








4,200 


81,800 R 


21,200 R 








103,000 


66,700 R 


12,500 R 








79,200 


104 











914 Mil ford Eli Street Trust 893 D-093 

1006 Miller Jr, Wilburn M 973 M-010 

1000 Miller, David D 970 AX-039-13 

1003 Miller, Jaws D 971 H-064 

1008 Millett, Douglas E 974 M-091 

1010 Nilluard, Frank S 975 B-115 

1013 Minott, George L 977 F-071 

1015 Mitchell, Thoias R 978 B-030 

1018 Hochrie, Marion E 982 FX-038 

1135 Monadnock CoMunity Land Trust 983 A-039 

1017 Monadnock Mountain Water 1980 F-142 

1017 Monadnock Mountain Water 2001 F-141 

1137 Monroe, Janes J 993 A-002 

1138 Moore, Albert t Anne C 994 C-146 
4480 Moore, Craig C 992 DX-095-44 

563 Moorhouse, Anne Godley 569 B-125 

1139 Horeau, Henry 99S D-083 
1143 Morse, Craig E 997 K-153 

1145 Morse, Douglas K 998 F-123 

1146 Morse, Jonathan F 999 F-073 

1149 Nudgett Sr, Stephen J 322 EX-029-C 

1149 Nudgett Sr, Stephen J 1001 EX-029-G 
4168 Mullen, Gerald 1749 C-110 

1150 Mullett Housing Associates 1002 K-174 
4092 Munsey, Kenneth L 1796 D- 158-08 

4118 Muri, Heinz H 47 H-057-12 

2820 Murray, Richard H 1587 J- 133 

5065 Mussat, Ronald K t Cynthia E 1836 H-057-09 

1154 Myles, Bryan J 1008 C-022-03 

1156 Nadeau, Gary A 1009 H-074 



1158 Nadeau, Gregory A 
2089 Nairn, Michael R 

1161 Narayanan, Madayath 

1162 Neel, Patricia 
1167 Nelson, Bruce S 

1169 Nelson, David A 

1171 Nelson, Jaws T 

1172 Nelson, Joyce M 

1173 Nevin, Ronald J 



1010 D-012 

883 J-082 

t Prawela 1012 DX-095-17 

1013 C-131 

1016 H-107-01 

1017 F-058 

1018 K-146 

1019 K-020 

1020 D-147 



1175 New England Foresty Foundation 1021 E-016 

1175 New England Foresty Foundation 1022 C-031 

1175 New England Foresty Foundation 1023 C-036 

1735 New England Tel t Tel 1591 C-089-01 

2668 Newsted, Nancy Alexander 1710 H-057-02 

3435 NFS Savings Bank 521 J-112 



TITLE 
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SEQUENCED BY NAME - TAXES ROUNDED t 



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PAGE* 26 



* SELECTED BY! ALL PROPERTIES 
ACT* PROPERTY OWNER 



SER* 


MAP* 


522 


J-112-01 


984 


D-096-01 


1032 


B-015 


1033 


E-005 


1034 


B-065 



LOT* 



BUILDING 


LAND 


CURRENT 


EXEMPTIONS 


NET 


VALUE 


VALUE 


USE ( 


)FF VALUATION 


VALUATION 





10,000 R 








10,000 





15,700 R 








15,700 





13,000 N 








13,000 





9,600 N 








9,600 





100 N 








100 





3,000 N 








3,000 


76 i 100 R 


22,900 R 








99,000 


60,000 R 


10,000 R 








70,000 


47,150 R 


15,600 R 








62,750 





13,800 R 








13,800 


51,300 R 


15,600 R 








66,900 


55,400 R 


22,000 R 








77,400 


225,200 R 


19,400 R 


723 





245,323 





4,938 R 








4,938 





5,052 R 








5,052 





5,165 R 








5,165 





4,654 R 








4,654 





4,654 R 








4,654 





4,654 R 








4,654 





4,995 R 








4,995 





4,654 R 








4,654 





4,654 R 








4,654 





4,654 R 








4,654 





4,427 R 








4,427 





4,654 R 








4,654 





4,654 R 








4,654 





4,541 R 








4,541 





5,392 R 








5,392 





4,995 R 








4,995 





4,654 R 








4,654 





4,541 R 








4,541 





4,654 R 








4,654 





4,654 R 








4,654 





4,654 R 








4,654 





4,654 R 








4,654 





4,654 R 








4,654 





4,427 R 








4,427 





4,654 R 








4,654 





4,995 R 








4,995 





4,654 R 








4,654 





4,654 R 








4,654 





4,654 R 








4,654 





4,654 R 








4,654 





4,654 R 








4,654 





4,654 R 








4,654 



3435 NFS Savings BanK 

3435 NFS Savings BanK 

1177 NH Water Resources Division 

1177 NH Water Resources Division 

1177 NH Water Resources Division 



1177 NH Water Resources Division 1347 B-066 

1178 Nilsson, Diane 1035 A-057 
3701 Nine Maple Street Realty Trust 1167 K-048 
3042 Nissen, Christopher A 1006 M-066 
3489 Nita Jr, Albert A 354 B-140-04 



4117 Nolan, James H 
1181 Nord, Leif 



4422 Northern L 
1183 Nottingham 
1183 Nottingham 



1183 Nottingh 
1183 Nott 
1183 Nottingh 
1183 Nottingh 
1183 Nottingh 



01 

inghaa 
am 

am 
am 



1183 Nottingh 
1183 Nottingh 
1183 Notti 
1183 Nottingh 
1183 Nottingh 



1183 Nottingham 

1183 Nottingham 

1183 Nottingham 

1183 Nottingham 

1183 Nottingham 



1183 Nott 
1183 Nottingh 
1183 Nottingh 
1183 Nottingh 
1183 Nottingh 



1183 Nottingham 

1183 Nottingham 

1183 Nottingham 

1183 Nottingham 

1183 Nottingham 

1183 Nottingham 

1183 Nottingham 

1183 Nottingham 

1183 Nottingham 

1183 Nottingham 



am 

ngham 
am 

01 



ngham 
am 

am 

Ql 

am 



ghts Trust 
Milton 6 Jr 
Milton 6 Jr 

Milton G Jr 
Milton G Jr 
Milton G Jr 
Milton G Jr 
Milton 6 Jr 

Milton G Jr 
Milton G Jr 
Milton G Jr 
Hilton G Jr 
Milton G Jr 

Milton G Jr 
Milton G Jr 
Milton 6 Jr 
Milton G Jr 
Milton G Jr 

Milton G Jr 
Milton G Jr 
Milton G Jr 
Milton G Jr 
Milton G Jr 

Milton G Jr 
Milton G Jr 
Milton 6 Jr 
Milton G Jr 
Milton 6 Jr 

Milton G Jr 
Milton 6 Jr 
Milton G Jr 
Milton 6 Jr 
Hilton G Jr 



1036 H-064 

1037 M-072 
305 H-127 

1888 F-109-01 

1889 F-109-02 

1890 F-109-03 

1891 F-109-04 

1892 F-109-05 

1893 F-109-06 

1894 F-109-07 

1895 F-109-08 

1896 F-109-09 

1897 F-109-10 

1898 F-109-11 

1899 F-109-12 

1900 F-109-13 

1901 F-109-14 

1902 F-109-15 

1903 F-109-16 

1904 F-109-17 

1905 F-109-18 

1906 F-109-19 

1907 F-109-20 

1908 F-109-21 

1909 F-109-22 

1910 F-109-23 

1911 F-109-24 

1912 F-109-25 

1913 F-109-26 

1914 F-109-27 

1915 F-109-28 

1916 F-109-29 

1917 F-109-30 

1918 F-109-31 

1919 F-109-32 



105 



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SEQUENCED BY NAME - TAXES ROUNDED « 



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PAGE* 27 



t SELECTED BY! ALL PROPERTIES 
ACT* PROPERTY OWNER 



SER* MAP* 



LOT* 



1183 Nottingham 


, Milton G Jr 


1920 


F-109-33 


1183 Nottingham 


, Milton 6 Jr 


1921 


F- 109-34 


1183 Nottingham 


, Milton 6 Jr 


1922 


F-109-35 


1183 Nottingham 


) Milton G Jr 


1923 


F-109-36 


1183 Nottingham 


i Milton G Jr 


1924 


F-109-37 


1183 Nottingham 


Hilton G Jr 


1925 


F-109-38 


1183 Nottingham 


Milton G Jr 


1926 


F-109-39 


1183 Nottingham 


Milton 6 Jr 


1927 


F-109-40 


1183 Nottingham 


Milton G Jr 


1928 


F-109-41 


1183 Nottingham 


Milton G Jr 


1929 


F-109-42 


1183 Nottingham 


Milton G Jr 


1930 


F-109-43 


1183 Nottingham 


Milton G Jr 


1931 


F-109-44 


1183 Nottingham 


Milton G Jr 


1932 


F-109-45 


1183 Nottingham 


Milton G Jr 


1933 


F-109-46 


1183 Nottingham 


Milton G Jr 


1934 


F-109-47 


1183 Nottingham 


Milton G Jr 


1935 


F-109-48 


1183 Nottingham 


Milton G Jr 


1936 


F-109-49 


1183 Nottingham 


Milton G Jr 


1937 


F-109-50 


1183 Nottingham 


Milton G Jr 


1938 


F-109-51 


1183 Nottingham 


Milton G Jr 


1939 


F-109-52 


1183 Nottingham 


Milton G Jr 


1940 


F-109-53 


1183 Nottingham 


Milton G Jr 


1941 


F-109-54 


1183 Nottingham 


Milton G Jr 


1942 


F-109-55 


1183 Nottingham 


Milton G Jr 


1943 


F-109-56 


1183 Nottingham 


Milton G Jr 


1944 


F-109-57 


1183 Nottingham 


Milton G Jr 


1945 


F-109-58 


1183 Nottingham 


Milton G Jr 


1946 


F-109-59 


1183 Nottingham 


Milton G Jr 


1947 


F-109-60 


1183 Nottingham 


Milton G Jr 


1948 


F-109-61 


1183 Nottingham 


Milton G Jr 


1949 


F-109-62 


1183 Nottingham 


Milton G Jr 


1950 


F-109-63 


1183 Nottingham 


Milton G Jr 


1951 


F-109-64 


1183 Nottingham 


Milton G Jr 


1952 


F-109-65 


1183 Nottingham 


Hilton G Jr 


1953 


F-109-66 


1183 Nottingham 


Hilton G Jr 


1954 


F- 109-67 


1183 Nottingham) 


Hilton G Jr 


1955 


F-109-68 


1183 Nottingham 


Hilton G Jr 


1956 


F-109-69 


1183 Nottingham) 


Hilton 6 Jr 


1957 


F-109-70 


1183 Nottingham 


Hilton G Jr 


1958 


F-109-71 


1183 Nottingham) 


Hilton 6 Jr 


1959 


F-109-72 


1183 Nottingham] 


Hilton G Jr 


1960 


F-109-73 


1183 Nottingham] 


Hilton G Jr 


1961 


F-109-74 


1183 Nottingham) 


Hilton G Jr 


1962 


F-109-75 


1183 Nottingham) 


Milton G Jr 


1963 


F-109-76 


1183 Nottingham, 


Milton G Jr 


1964 


F-109-77 



BUILDING 


LAND 


CURRENT 


EXEMPTIONS 


NET 


VALUE 


VALUE 


USE 


IFF VALUATION 


VALUATION 





4,654 R 








4,654 





4,654 R 








4,654 





4,654 R 








4,654 





4,541 R 








4,541 





4,995 R 








4,995 





4,654 R 








4,654 





4,654 R 








4,654 





4,654 R 








4,654 





4,938 R 








4,938 





4,938 R 








4,938 





4,541 R 








4,541 





4,541 R 








4,541 





4,541 R 








4,541 





5,052 R 








5,052 





5,052 R 








5,052 





4,938 R 








4,938 





5,052 R 








5,052 





5,052 R 








5,052 





5,222 R 








5,222 





5,052 R 








5,052 





5,052 R 








5,052 





5,392 R 








5,392 





5,506 R 








5,506 





5,846 R 








5,846 





5,279 R 








5,279 





5,165 R 








5,165 





5,392 R 








5,392 





5,279 R 








5,279 





5,279 R 








5,279 





5,165 R 








5,165 





5,165 R 








5,165 





6,300 R 








6,300 





5,676 R 








5,676 





5,733 R 








5,733 





5,676 R 








5,676 





5,676 R 








5,676 





6,300 R 








6,300 





5,903 R 








5,903 





5,903 R 








5,903 





5,619 R 








5,619 





5,619 R 








5,619 





5,279 R 








5,279 





5,279 R 








5,279 





5,506 R 








5,506 





5,506 R 








5,506 



106 



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MUNICIPAL TAX BILLING SYSTEM 
PAGE* 28 



* SELECTED BY: ALL PROPERTIES 
ACT* PROPERTY OUNER 



SER1 


MAP* 


1965 


F-109-78 


1966 


F-109-79 


1967 


F-109-80 


1968 


F-109-81 


1969 


F-109-82 


1970 


F-109-83 


1971 


F- 109-84 


1972 


F-109-85 


1973 


F-109-86 


1974 


F-109-87 


1975 


F-109-88 


1976 


F-109-89 


1977 


F-109-90 


1978 


F-109-91 


1979 


F-109-92 


1046 


B-152 


228 


A-070 


1872 


AX-039-05 


1048 


A-019 


1593 


B-140-01 


1123 


K-027 


1049 


D-096 


1050 


L-050 


2000 


H-lll-13 


197 


C-074 


1053 


F-154 


1054 


H-113 


309 


AX-039-10 


1055 


B-147 


1056 


M-013 


1057 


B-076 


1364 


F-021 


1058 


J-099 


1059 


EX-013 


59 


E-012 


60 


E-013 


1060 


E-019 


1061 


B-067 


1062 


F-170 


1063 


C-149 


1064 


C-006 


1065 


J-130 


1066 


K-001 


1067 


H-102 


616 


B-053 



LOT* 



BUILDING 


LAND 


CURRENT 


EXEMPTIONS 


NET 


VALUE 


VALUE 


USE 1 


3FF VALUATION 


VALUATION 





5,279 R 








5,279 





5,279 R 








5,279 





5,392 R 








5,392 





5,392 R 








5,392 





5,392 R 








5,392 





5,506 R 








5,506 





5,619 R 








5,619 





5,279 R 








5,279 





5,279 R 








5,279 





5,392 R 








5,392 





5,222 R 








5,222 





5,279 R 








5,279 





5,279 R 








5,279 





5,165 R 








5,165 





7,946 R 








7,946 


40,480 R 


20,100 R 








60,580 


77,100 R 


23,100 R 








100,200 


46,900 R 











46,900 


64,000 R 


19,800 R 








83,800 


63,200 R 


18,800 R 








82,000 


103,000 R 


17,000 R 








120,000 





25,100 R 








25,100 





300 R 








300 





N 











218,800 R 


31,800 R 








250,600 


49,800 R 


29,600 R 








79,400 


45,700 R 


25,200 R 








70,900 


54,900 R 





. 





54,900 


6,700 R 


14,900 R 








21,600 


42,200 R 


20,900 R 








63,100 


32,800 R 


15,500 R 








48,300 





40,000 C 








40,000 


51,800 C 


11,250 C 








63,050 


7,740 M 











7,740 





7,100 R 








7,100 





11,500 R 








11,500 


82,800 R 


9,000 R 


487 





92,287 


57,900 R 


17,641 R 


204 





75,745 


20,700 I 


33,400 I 








54,100 


8,100 R 


11,100 R 








19,200 


21,900 R 


29,000 R 








50,900 


37,200 R 


11,000 R 








48,200 


77,500 R 


13,800 R 








91,300 


45,900 R 


20,600 R 








66,500 


69,800 R 


22,400 R 








92,200 


107 











1183 Nottingham, Hilton G Jr 
1183 Nottingham, Hilton 6 Jr 
1183 Nottingham, Hilton G Jr 
1183 Nottingham, Hilton 6 Jr 
1183 Nottingham, Hilton G Jr 

1183 Nottingham, Milton G Jr 
1183 Nottingham, Milton G Jr 
1183 Nottingham, Hilton G Jr 
1183 Nottingham, Hilton G Jr 
1183 Nottingham, Hilton 6 Jr 

1183 Nottingham, Hilton G Jr 
1183 Nottingham, Hilton G Jr 
1183 Nottingham, Hilton G Jr 
1183 Nottingham, Hilton 6 Jr 

1183 Nottingham, Milton G Jr 

1184 Nourse, Donald R 
1915 Nourse, John D 
3821 Novom, Hartin 

1185 O'Brien III, Sherman J 
3706 O'Hare, Hichael 

3516 Oberg, Peter t Celeste 
1187 Olsen, Stanley C 
1187 Olsen, Stanley C 

4552 Orchard View Association 
4931 Orsi, Dennis R 

1190 Orzel, Diane 

1192 Osgood, Jere 
3364 Osmer, Daniel II 

1193 OstrousKi, Hatty t Jane 

1194 Ottavi, Robert P 

1196 Ouellette, Peter R 

4553 Owens -Kan ner, Dion 
1198 Oxman, Allan G SSusan B 
3366 Packard, Heather 

3366 Packard, Heather 

3366 Packard, Heather 
1200 Packard, Ruth C 
2410 Page, Kathleen J 
2410 Page, Kathleen J 

1202 Pajanen, Florence H 

1203 Pajanen, Richard T S Irene S 

1204 Palmer, David 

1206 Pangbom, Nathalie J 

1207 Pano, Robert B 
3666 Papuga, James B 



TITLE 
DATE 



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TOWN OF yiLTON, N.H. 
SEQUENCED BY NAME - TAXES ROUNDED * 



MUNICIPAL TAX BILLING SYSTEM 
PAGE* 29 



SCT* PROPERTY OWNER 


SER4 


MAP* 


2091 Parker RevocableTrust, Natalie 589 


J-123 


2474 Porter, Bene A 


1069 


B-107 


1211 Parker, Grayson L 


1070 


B-036 


1211 Porter, 6royson L 


1071 


B-035 


1211 Porter, Groyson L 


1072 


K-057 


1211 Porter, Groyson L 


1073 


J-116 


1211 Porter, Groyson L 


1074 


K-133 


1212 Porter, Natalie C 


1075 


J-075 


1212 Porter, Notolie C 


1076 


J-073 


1215 Porter, Robert L 


1080 


DX-095-20 


1213 Porter, Hillia* R 


1077 


C-057 


1213 Porter, Willioi R 


1078 


C-094 


1213 Porter, Uillioi R 


1079 


C-095 


1217 Poro, Colette R 


1081 


L-044 


1218 Poro, Donold L 


1082 


B-086 


1222 Poro, Joseph 


1084 


B-097 


1220 Poro, Paul J 


1083 


K-046 


1224 Parsons, Richard R 


1085 


H-036 


1226 Parsons, yillioi F 


1086 


L-048 


1228 Pasquarella, Michael J 


1087 


A-017 


1229 Patten, Allen F 


1088 


F-119 


1233 Patterson Sr, Ja*es 


1090 


C-107 


1235 Patterson, Ronald P 


1091 


C-020 


3704 PCE Fund Realty Trust 


1180 


J-040 


1237 Peckhai, Richard 


1092 


AX-039-12 


4916 Pelissier, Edward C 


1343 


N-015 


1238 Pelkey, Dean N 


1093 


J-119 


1240 Pellerin, Joan C 


1094 


D-074 


1242 Pellerin, Leo E 


1095 


J-106 


2519 Pellerin, Michael K 


487 


D-036 


1245 Pelletier, George 1 


1097 


E-014 


3518 Pepin, Poul 


1773 


J-090-01-B 


1247 Perfito, Anthony J 


1099 


B-136 


1251 Perry, Ron B 


1102 


D-086 


3438 Peterborough Savings Bank 


1793 


D-158-05 


3438 Peterborough Savings Bank 


1794 


D-158-06 


3438 Peterborough Savings Bank 


1795 


D-158-07 


3438 Peterborough Savings Bank 


1832 


H-057-05 


3438 Peterborough Savings Bonk 


1833 


H-057-06 


3438 Peterborough Savings Bank 


1834 


H-057-07 


3438 Peterborough Savings Bank 


1837 


H-O57-10 


3438 Peterborough Savings Bank 


1138 


C-134-01 


3438 Peterborough Savings Bonk 


162 


F-031-02 


3438 Peterborough Savings Bank 


2003 


C-134-01-5 


3438 Peterborough Savings Bank 


2004 


C-134-01-6 



LOT* 



BUILDING 


LAND 


CURRENT 


EXEMPTIONS 


NET 


VALUE 


VALUE 


USE 




OFF VALUATION 



VALUATION 


74,700 R 


11,400 R 


86,100 


27,000 R 


15,100 R 








42,100 








826 





826 


78,400 R 


22,000 R 


2,268 





102,668 


40,300 R 


7,200 R 








47,500 


44,400 R 


11,300 R 








55,700 


38,200 R 


9,900 R 








48,100 


60,000 R 


20,000 R 








80,000 


61,000 R 


14,200 R 








75,200 


35,500 R 


6,100 R 








41,600 


100 R 


2,000 R 








2,100 


2,300 R 


16,600 R 








18,900 


25,000 R 


10,900 R 








35,900 


25,600 R 


8,000 R 





c 


33,600 


43,700 R 


21,800 R 








65,500 


6,100 N 


23,400 R 








29,500 


24,200 R 


10,500 R 





15,000 V 


19,700 


50,800 R 


25,000 R 








75,800 


68,100 R 


20,600 R 








88,700 


91,200 R 


31,500 R 








122,700 


33,100 R 


16,500 R 








49,600 


38,100 R 


17,800 R 








55,900 


49,000 R 


22,600 R 








71,600 


49,300 R 


11,300 R 








60,600 


61,000 R 











61,000 


58,900 R 


16,900 R 








75,800 


16,300 R 


4,000 R 








20,300 


54,700 R 


16,400 R 








71,100 


40,500 R 


10,100 R 








50,600 


27,200 R 


14,400 R 








41,600 


83,300 R 


14,500 R 








97,800 


20,000 R 


3,000 R 








23,000 


45,600 R 


22,600 R 








68,200 


101,500 R 


35,700 R 








137,200 





13,700 R 








13,700 





10,600 R 








10,600 





10,500 R 








10,500 





16,900 R 








16,900 





20,800 R 








20,800 





17,100 R 








17,100 





18,000 R 








18,000 




















18,500 R 








18,500 





14,800 R 








14,800 





15,300 R 








15,300 



108 



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TOUN OF WILTON, N.H. 
SEQUENCED BY NAHE - TAXES ROUNDED * 



MUNICIPAL TAX BILLING SYSTEM 
PAGE* 30 



t SELECTED BY! ALL PROPERTIES 






BUILDING 


LAND 


CURRENT 


EXEMPTIONS 


NET 


ACT* PROPERTY OUNER 


SER4 


f MAP* LOT* VALUE 


VALUE 


USE 


OFF VALUATION 


VALUATION 


3438 Peterborough Savings Bonk 


2005 


C-134-01-7 





13,700 R 








13,700 


3438 Peterborough Savings BanK 


2006 


C-134-01-8 





14,900 R 








14,900 


3438 Peterborough Savings Bank 


2008 


C-134-1-10 





16,200 R 








16,200 


1256 Peters, Frederick 


1105 


C-024 








315 





315 


1256 Peters, Frederick 


1106 


C-025 


74,400 R 


27,300 R 


1,902 





103,602 


1256 Peters, Frederick 


1107 


C-035 


7,300 R 





562 





7,862 


1256 Peters, Frederick 


1103 


C-053 


7,600 Q 





860 





8,460 


2467 Peters, Mildred T 


1110 


C-026 


36,800 R 


28,120 R 


53 





64,973 


2467 Peters, Mildred T 


1111 


C-034 





12,600 R 


677 





13,277 


1257 Peters, Priscilla A 


1109 


J-137 


26,350 R 


9,500 R 








35,850 


1260 Peterson, Judith H 


1025 


J-l 10-01 


24,500 I 


8,600 I 








33,100 


125? Peterson, Leonard J 


1551 


E-017 





59,500 R 








59,500 


1259 Peterson, Leonard J 


1112 


C-079 


188,600 R 


48,800 R 








237,400 


4637 Pfeil, Christopher J 


352 


H-lll-02 


43,300 R 


21,000 R 








64,300 


3507 PGF Realty Trust 


1309 


H-042-05 





23,100 R 








23,100 


3507 PGF Realty Trust 


1810 


H-042-06 








187 





187 


3507 PGF Realty Trust 


1811 


H-042-07 








53 





53 


3507 PGF Realty Trust 


1812 


H-042-08 








52 





52 


3507 PGF Realty Trust 


1813 


H-042-09 








55 





55 


3507 PGF Realty Trust 


1814 


H-042-10 





5,400 R 


38 





5,438 


3507 PGF Realty Trust 


1815 


H-042-11 





5,300 R 








5,300 


3507 PGF Realty Trust 


1817 


H-042-13 





5,400 R 








5,400 


3507 PGF Realty Trust 


1818 


H-042-14 








46 





46 


3507 PGF Realty Trust 


1819 


H-042-15 








50 





50 


3507 PGF Realty Trust 


1820 


H-042-16 








52 





52 


3507 PGF Realty Trust 


1821 


H-042-17 








61 





61 


3507 PGF Realty Trust 


1822 


H-042-18 








-85 





85 


3507 PGF Realty Trust 


1823 


H-042-19 








52 





52 


3507 PGF Realty Trust 


1824 


H-042-20 








330 





330 


3507 PGF Realty Trust 


1825 


H-042-21 





17,500 R 








17,500 


3507 PGF Realty Trust 


1828 


H-042-24 





17,000 R 








17,000 


3507 PGF Realty Trust 


501 


H-042-01 





17,400 R 








17,400 


1261 Philbrick, Donald 


1113 


B-095 





21,900 R 








21,900 


1261 Philbrick, Donald 


1114 


B-160 


29,100 R 


12,600 R 








41,700 


1261 Philbrick, Donald 


1730 


B-159 





9,700 R 








9,700 


1263 Phillips, Charles U 


1117 


H-120 


134,800 R 


23,300 R 








158,100 


3072 Pieterse, Merle B 


1051 


C-134-1-3A 


41,000 R 


10,400 R 








51,400 


2682 Pikcilingis, Eric J 


43 


M-077 


41,500 R 


18,800 R 








60,300 


1266 Pike, Paul 


1120 


K-051 


31,400 R 


9,800 R 





20,000 X 


21,200 


1269 Pine Hill Ualdorf School 


1122 


F-099 


496,600 N 


134,000 N 








630,600 


1269 Pine Hill Ualdorf School 


1788 


H-038 


168 R 


9,700 R 








9,868 


4235 Pinette, Gary 


1103 


M-075 


50,100 R 


22,100 R 








72,200 


4040 Pioli, Daniel 


1000 


M-092 


54,700 R 


28,600 R 








83,300 


1272 PitUan, Ruth S 


1124 


F-125 


57,600 R 


18,821 R 


492 





76,913 


1273 Piatt, Margaret H 


1125 


H-022 


27,100 R 

109 


15,400 R 








42,500 



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DATE 



PROPERTY INVENTORY MASTER LIST 
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SEQUENCED BY NAME - TAXES ROUNDED » 



MUNICIPAL TAX BILLING SYSTEM 
PAGE* 31 



* SELECTED BY! ALL PROPERTIES 
ACT* PROPERTY OWNER 



SER* MAP* 



LOT* 



BUILDING 


LAND 


CURRENT 


EXEMPTIONS 


NET 


VALUE 


VALUE 


USE 1 


)FF VALUATION 


VALUATION 








433 





433 


9,100 R 


10,000 R 


267 





19,367 








189 





189 








305 





305 








206 





206 








123 





123 





17,000 R 








17,000 





18,800 R 








18,800 


48,000 R 


23,300 R 








71,300 


100,100 R 


32,800 R 








132,900 


38,900 R 


12,500 R 








51,400 


40,800 R 


19,600 R 








60,400 


23,400 R 


6,800 R 








30,200 


51,600 R 


13,200 R 








64,800 


82,300 R 


22,600 R 








104,900 


50,100 R 


45,000 R 








95,100 





17,600 R 








17,600 


63,100 R 


21,800 R 








84,900 


55,400 R 


18,500 R 








73,900 


69,100 R 


20,800 R 








89,900 


20,200 M 


24,400 R 





5,000 T 


39,600 


62,800 R 


17,000 R 


726 





80,526 


104,500 R 


22,800 R 








127,300 


56,300 R 


21,900 R 








78,200 


76,100 R 


20,700 R 








96,800 


44,900 R 


43,700 R 








88,600 


32,900 I 


18,000 I 








50,900 





17,900 R 








17,900 





24,750 C 








24,750 


59,600 C 


17,300 C 








76,900 





1,800 R 








1,800 








472 





472 








701 





701 


34,900 R 


14,800 R 








49,700 


37,580 R 


6,100 R 








43,680 


58,500 R 


18,100 R 








76,600 


36,600 R 


6,000 R 








42,600 


58,600 R 


21,000 R 








79,600 


35,500 R 


12,800 R 








48,300 


50,500 R 


20,700 R 








71,200 





2,100 R 








2,100 


50,600 R 


10,100 R 








60,700 





16,600 R 








16,600 


40,300 R 


18,600 R 








58,900 








2,805 





2,805 



1274 Pluner, Richard E 

1274 PluMer, Richard E 

1274 PluMer, Richard E 

1274 PluMer, Richard E 

1274 PluMer, Richard E 

1274 Pluwer, Richard E 
5190 Poliquin, Michael A 
3054 Pollock Revocable Trust 
3054 Pollock Revocable Trust 

1275 Pollock, John A 

1279 Pollock, Raytond I Phyllis 

1280 Pollock, Robert 
3674 Poplar, Ti»othy 
3094 Popores, Gregory S 
1285 Portnoy, Uilliaa E 

1287 Potter, David M 
3505 PPiG Realty Trust 
1289 Pratt, Christopher 

1293 Pratt, Robert L 

1294 Prejsnar, Ja«es T 

1296 Prescott, Aliina 
1298 Preston, Howard M 

1300 Prevost Jr, George E 

1301 Price, Gaylord M 

1302 Price, Roderick M 

1303 Pries, Walter F 
1323 Pro-Cut 

1306 Proctor i Draper 
1306 Proctor 5 Draper 

1313 Proctor Agency 

1319 Proctor Sr, Samiel G 

1319 Proctor Sr, Satuel G 

1319 Proctor Sr, Sctuel G 

1319 Proctor Sr, Saiuel G 

1319 Proctor Sr, Satuel G 

1319 Proctor Sr, Saiuel G 

1319 Proctor Sr, Saiuel G 

1314 Proctor, David E 

1316 Proctor, Eileen D 

1317 Proctor, Jates M 

1321 Proctor, Stephen G 
1321 Proctor, Stephen G 

1320 Proctor, Verna 

1325 Provencher, Patricia A 
1327 Provost t Raytond 



1126 C-056 

1127 C-058 

1128 C-086 

1129 C-087 

1130 C-088 

1131 C-089 
1808 H-042-04 

1133 C-013 

1134 D-137 

1132 B-037 

1135 K-042 

1136 L-021 
1096 K-118 

163 F-056 

1139 D-061 

1140 H-012 

1171 M-060 

1141 F-083-03 

1144 F-151 

1145 B-077 

1146 B-119 

1148 A-029 

1149 D-019-03 

1150 D-145 

1151 H-010 

1152 B-034 

1189 L-027 

1155 M-020 

1156 J-048 

1172 J-060-01 

1159 H-011 

1181 F-087 

1182 F-088 

1183 K-052 

1184 DX-095-01 

1185 F-108 

1186 J-027 

1174 F-048 

1175 K-098 

1176 D-152 

1187 B-084 

1188 J-108 
1595 F-088-01 

1190 M-032 
1192 B-154 



no 



TITLE 
DATE 



PROPERTY INVENTORY MASTER LIST 
10/20/93 TRANSFER CTL* 202 



TOWN OF HILTON, N.H. 
SEQUENCED BY NAME - TAXES ROUNDED I 



MUNICIPAL TAX BILLING SYSTEM 
PAGE* 32 



» SELECTED BYJ ALL PROPERTIES 
ACT* PROPERTY OWNER 



SER* HAP* 



LOT* 



1327 Provost t Rayaond 1193 

1327 Provost I Royaond 1194 
5064 Provost Trusts, PierrelVlLuro 1191 

1328 Public Service Coapony of NH 1195 
1328 Public Service Coapony of NH 1196 



1328 Public Service Coapony of NH 
1334 Putnam's Store 

1330 Putnam, Barbara 
3806 Putnam, Brian R 
1332 Putnam, Paul K 

1329 Putnam, Richard 

1337 PVA-EPVA Inc 

1338 Quinn Brothers Corp 
1338 Quinn Brothers Corp 
1338 Quinn Brothers Corp 

1338 Quinn Brothers Corp 

1338 Quinn Brothers Corp 

1339 Quinn, Ella T 

5113 RadzieMicz, Theresa R 
1341 Roe, Paul 6 

1343 Rafieyaehr, Ali 

1345 Rafter, Bruce T 

1346 Rankin, Don P 

1348 Rantaaaki % Hoc Duff 
4535 Raper, Stephen M 



1351 Rayaond, 

1352 Regional 
1352 Regional 
1352 Regional 
1352 Regional 



Elizabeth C 
Urban Development 
Urban Development 
Urban Development 
Urban Development 



1352 Regional Urban Development 

1352 Regional Urban Development 

1352 Regional Urban Development 

1353 Reid, Charles D 
4482 Reinfronk, Hark A 

102 Ren wick. Hugh B 
1355 Reynolds Sr, Roland A 
1357 Rich, Kenneth 
3564 Richer, Eve L 
1359 Riggs, James B 

1361 Ring, Ellis A 
1363 Ring, Hinot 
1363 Ring, Hinot 
1363 Ring, Hinot 
1363 Ring, Hinot 



B-156 
B-155 
B-014 
L-049 
D-097 



1720 L-049A 

1200 J-053 
1197 D-079 
1437 L-043 
1744 C-019-01 

1201 J-054 

1203 B-110 

1157 B-105 

1158 B-104 

1204 B-010 

1205 B-lll 
1484 B-008 

1206 F-054 
1838 H-057-11 

1208 D-016 

1209 H-073 

1210 H-039 

1211 K-059 

1212 J-079 
990 DX-095-42 

1214 B-048 
854 F-026 

1215 H-055 

1216 F-063 

1217 J-070 

1218 J-080 
213 F-065 

2009 F-026-01 

1753 C-132 

1575 B-135 

99 H-104 

1220 K-069 

1221 J-129 
377 H-085 

1223 J-032 

1224 D-110 
1858 E-011-03 

1860 E-010-01 

1861 E-010-02 
1226 E-010-03 



BUILDING 


LAND 


CURRENT 


EXEMPTIONS 


NET 


VALUE 


VALUE 


USE 


IFF VALUATION 


VALUATION 








4,542 





4,542 








3,049 





3,049 








3,228 





3,228 


N 


N 











N 


N 














718,415 E 








718,415 


31,500 C 


9,000 C 








40,500 


42,600 R 


20,800 R 








63,400 


16,200 R 


4,500 R 








20,700 


70,300 R 


21,800 R 








92,100 


50,900 C 


9,000 C 








59,900 


2,380,300 I 


145,000 I 








2,525,300 





7,600 I 








7,600 





15,100 I 








15,100 


2,600 I 


26,200 I 








28,800 


59,900 I 


19,700 I 








79,600 





12,300 I 








12,300 


29,300 R 


19,600 R 








48,900 





4,400 R 








4,400 


38,100 R 


14,400 R 








52,500 


49,800 R 


22,100 R 








71,900 


45,600 R 


16,000 R 








61,600 


48,500 R 


5,100 R 








53,600 


63,800 C 


22,200 C 








86,000 


35,500 R 


6,100 R 








41,600 








-649 





649 





16,500 R 








16,500 


73,200 R 


18,200 R 








91,400 


49,300 R 


19,800 R 








69,100 


100,700 R 


11,000 R 








111,700 


53,400 R 


7,300 R 








60,700 


27,300 R 


8,900 R 








36,200 





13,800 R 








13,800 


41,400 R 


21,000 R 








62,400 


38,140 R 


16,900 R 








55,040 


53,800 R 


20,200 R 








74,000 


42,300 R 


12,800 R 








55,100 


45,600 R 


15,400 R 








61,000 


49,800 R 


22,100 R 








71,900 


35,800 R 


15,800 R 








51,600 


46,600 R 


21,600 R 








68,200 








835 





835 








99 





99 








115 





115 


87,700 R 


20,400 R 


93 





108,193 


111 











TITLE 
DATE 



PROPERTY INVENTORY MASTER LIST 
10/20/93 TRANSFER CTL* 202 



TOWN OF HILTON, N.H. 
SEQUENCED BY NAME - TAXES ROUNDED * 



MUNICIPAL TAX BILLING SYSTEM 
PAGE* 33 



* SELECTED BYi ALL PROPERTIES 
ACT* PROPERTY OWNER 



SER* MAP* 



LOT* 



BUILDING 


LAND 


CURRENT 


EXEMPTIONS 


NET 


VALUE 


VALUE 


USE 1 


IFF VALUATION 


VALUATION 








651 





651 


62,600 R 


21,600 R 








84,200 


67,930 R 


24,100 R 








92,030 


68,200 R 


20,800 R 








89,000 





12,200 R 








12,200 


66,000 R 


30,000 R 








96,000 


45,100 R 


21,100 R 








66,200 


54,500 R 


19,500 R 








74,000 


59,000 R 


23,300 R 








82,300 


27,400 R 


15,300 R 








42,700 


51,000 R 


22,500 R 








73,500 


73,750 R 


29,600 R 








103,350 


20,500 R 


16,200 R 


18 





36,718 


165,700 R 


41,909 R 


4,074 





211,683 


42,000 R 


13,900 R 








55,900 


38,400 R 


11,300 R 








49,700 


94,700 R 


26,100 R 








120,800 


34,900 R 


12,600 R 








47,500 


28,600 R 


12,600 R 








41,200 


85,500 R 


27,400 R 


611 





113,511 


179,500 R 


32,414 R 


425 





212,339 


104,400 R 


24,900 R 


238 





129,538 


37,800 R 


16,100 R 








53,900 


48,100 R 











48,100 


67,500 R 


30,900 R 








98,400 


75,600 R 


13,800 R 








89,400 


40,700 R 


11,300 R 








52,000 


64,300 R 


24,000 R 








88,300 


18,726 C 


9,163 C 








27,889 


35,500 R 


6,100 R 








41,600 


44,400 R 


31,800 R 








76,200 








535 





535 


46,200 R 


17,500 R 








63,700 


43,700 R 


18,900 R 








62,600 


546,500 R 


62,612 R 


6,263 





615,375 


75,200 R 


29,000 R 








104,200 





67,500 R 








67,500 


180,000 R 


30,700 R 








210,700 





13,100 R 








13,100 





11,500 R 








11,500 


75,600 R 


20,300 R 








95,900 


124,400 R 


19,600 R 








144,000 


157,300 C 


25,200 C 








182,500 


51,300 R 


11,300 R 








62,600 


33,700 C 


9,700 C 








43,400 


112 











1363 Ring, Minot 
4839 Risley, Tiaothy U 
1365 Ritchie, Uilliaa E 
1369 Robb, Keith V 
1369 Robb, Keith V 

1373 Roberge, Raymond J 
1377 Robichoud, Jean Guy 
4851 Robillard, Ronald J 
1379 Robinson, Donna M 
1382 Rocca, Tho«as A 

1384 Rockwell, Jaaes A 
1386 RocKuood, Jane E 
1389 Roedel, Katharine L 

1389 Roedel, Katharine L 

1390 Roemer, David M 

1744 Roeper, Andrew P 
3555 Roitaan, David B 

1391 Rolke, Stuart A 
1393 Rollins, Forrest C 
1544 Roaani, Judith Tottel 

1395 Roper Jr, Martin J 

1396 Rosen, Michael R 
1398 Ross Sr, David A 

1400 Ross, Gordon 
2916 Ross, Harry E 

1401 Rossi, Louis R 
4918 Roy, David P 

1402 Roy, Earl D 

1404 Roy, Richard 

1141 RudinsKy, Michelle K 

1405 Rysnik, John M 

1019 S & S Realty Inc 

1020 Saler, Jules 

2206 Salisbury, Peter D 

1021 Samaras, Alexandra L R 

1164 San Martino, Cindy 
1025 Sanders Jr, Royden C 
1025 Sanders Jr, Royden C 
1025 Sanders Jr, Royden C 

1025 Sanders Jr, Royden C 

2566 Sanders, Janice E 
1024 Sanders, Rodney A 
1024 Sanders, Rodney A 

1026 Sansoucie, Suzy 
1028 Santerre, Elaer A 



1227 E-020 
867 H-097 

1228 H-062 

1230 C-044 

1231 C-043 

1233 C-060 

1235 H-099 
122 H-118 

1236 H-092 

1238 K-144 

1239 M-082 

1240 H-108 

1244 A-074 

1245 A-076 

1246 J-003 

1598 J-009 

1711 H-088-02 

1247 D-114 

1248 C-109 
1649 H-080 

1249 D-129 

1250 B-064 

1251 B-151 

1253 AX-039-14 
638 C-062 

1254 F-153 
464 K-129 

1255 F-011 

1256 K-172 
996 DX-095-11 

1257 H-073 

1258 C-083 

1259 E-037 
1089 F-050 

6 A-073 

1014 C-147 

1804 A-031-02 

1805 A-031-01 

1263 A-005 

1266 A-018 

1264 A-010 

1261 F-010 

1262 F-169 

1267 K-018 
680 J-045 



TITLE 
DATE 



PROPERTY INVENTORY MASTER LIST 
10/20/93 TRANSFER CTL# 202 



TOWN OF WILTON, N.H. 
SEQUENCED BY NAME - TAXES ROUNDED t 



MUNICIPAL TAX BILLING SYSTEM 
PAGE* 34 



t SELECTED BY J ALL PROPERTIES 
ACT* PROPERTY OWNER 



SER* MAP* 



LOT* 



BUILDING 


LAND 


CURRENT 


EXEMPTIONS 


NET 


VALUE 


VALUE 


USE 


]FF VALUATION 


VALUATION 


45,900 C 


12,000 C 








57,900 


105,800 R 


20,700 R 








126,500 


52,600 R 


32,800 R 








85,400 


77,400 R 


27,300 R 








104,700 


35,900 R 


18,900 R 








54,800 





14,500 R 








14,500 


36,200 R 


22,200 R 








58,400 


40,500 R 


17,800 R 








58,300 





5,700 R 








5,700 


43,500 R 


10,800 R 








54,300 


35,500 R 


6,100 R 








41,600 


97,300 R 


18,000 R 


1,933 





117,233 


50,200 R 


14,200 R 








64,400 


27,600 R 


14,200 R 








41,800 


1,400 R 


4,100 R 








5,500 


62,900 R 


21,700 R 








84,600 


45,900 R 


22,400 R 


1,143 





69,443 


61,500 R 


20,000 R 


307 





81,807 


18,200 R 


13,520 R 


767 





32,487 


48,400 R 


18,020 R 








66,420 


38,200 R 


16,900 R 








55,100 


30,700 R 


12,100 R 








42,800 


169,700 N 


22,300 N 








192,000 


25,100 N 


16,900 N 








42,000 


27,200 R 


10,400 R 








37,600 





5,900 R 








5,900 


28,370 M 


6,800 R 








35,170 





15,100 R 








15,100 


60,430 R 


21,900 R 








82,330 


64,900 R 


18,800 R 


2,516 





86,216 








597 





597 


35,500 R 


6,100 R 








41,600 


49,600 .R 


22,300 R 








71,900 





8,500 R 








8,500 


27,100 R 


8,400 R 








35,500 


65,700 R 


21,800 R 








87,500 


52,900 R 


20,000 R 








72,900 





19,000 R 








19,000 





19,000 R 








19,000 


39,500 R 


14,100 R 








53,600 


17,900 R 


2,600 R 








20,500 


35,400 R 


12,600 R 








48,000 








5,516 





5,516 


37,000 R 


24,579 R 


779 





62,358 


55,400 R 


18,100 R 








73,500 


113 











1028 Santerre, Elier A 

1029 SargavaKian, Kenneth 

4904 Sargent Rev Trust, Kenneth 

1031 Sargent, Donald L 

1032 Sargent, Jonathan N 

3849 Sargent, Virginia i Susan 
1035 Saul, Jones J 
2012 Savage Jr, Harland H 
1037 Savage Sr, Harland 
735 Savage, Julia 

1745 Savoie Jr, Roland J 
3952 Savoie, David L 
1040 Schlie, Paul U 
1042 Schmidt Sr, David H 
1042 Schiidt Sr, David M 

1044 Schultz, C Stanley 
1406 Schwab, Richard 
1408 Schuarz, M L 
1408 Schwarz, M L 
4910 Scott, Jeffrey L 

140? Scripter, John A 

1412 Seagroves, Bertha E 

1413 Second Congregational Church 

1413 Second Congregational Church 

1414 Seeton Jr, Leland U 

3495 Setaro, Robert P 
3495 Setaro, Robert P 

1415 Shanklin, Norton D 
1415 Shanklin, Norman D 
4491 Sharkey, Richard 

4491 Sharkey, Richard 

1417 Shaw, Allan B i Joscelind 

1418 Shea Estate, Eileen 

1419 Shea Estate, Frances 
4857 Shea Revoc Trust, John H 

1422 Shea, John F 
1425 Shea, Patricia M 
1747 Shea, Stanley E 
1747 Shea, Stanley E 
1747 Shea, Stanley E 

1747 Shea, Stanley E 
2667 Sheldrick, Helen 
2667 Sheldrick, Helen 
2667 Sheldrick, Helen 
5115 Shepardson, John 



1269 


J-044 


1270 


H-034 


1274 


H-032 


1271 


H-091 


1272 


H-030 


1863 


H-032-02 


1275 


8-025 


574 


A-026 


1276 


A-062 


756 


K-050 


1599 


DX-095-32 


672 


6-001-01 


1278 


D-105 


1279 


J-014 


1280 


J-074 


1281 


M-012-01 


1282 


F-149 


1283 


C-046 


1284 


C-045 


275 


F-118 


1285 


M-048 


1286 


L-018 


1287 


J-017 


1288 


M-039 


1289 


J-128 


807 


L-016 


808 


L-017 


1290 


F-117-01 


1291 


F-117 


1292 


F-023 


1294 


F-024 


1295 


DX-095-08 


1296 


K-121 


1297 


K-119 


1298 


K-100 


1299 


C-012 


1303 


M-078 


1300 


C-135-01 


1301 


C-135-02 


1302 


L-057 


1600 


K-063 


1706 


J-132 


1707 


E-008 


1708 


E-004 


374 


B-080 



TITLE 
DATE 



PROPERTY INVENTORY MASTER LIST 
10/20/93 TRANSFER CTL* 202 



TOWN OF WILTON, N.H, 
SEQUENCED BY NAME - TAXES ROUNDED * 



HUNICIPAL TAX BILLING SYSTEM 
PAGE* 35 



* SELECTED BY! ALL PROPERTIES 
ACT* PROPERTY OWNER 



SER* HAP* 



LOT* 



BUILDING 


LAND 


CURRENT 


EXEMPTIONS 


NET 


VALUE 


VALUE 


USE I 


3FF VALUATION 


VALUATION 


64,600 R 


22,100 R 








86,700 








916 





916 








1,328 





1,328 


23,500 R 


10,000 R 








33,500 


32,400 R 


11,000 R 








43,400 


15,800 H 


20,600 R 








36,400 


27,100 R 


4,500 R 








31,600 


71,800 R 


19,300 R 








91,100 


72,000 R 


20,500 R 








92,500 


14,900 H 











14,900 





18,000 R 








18,000 


63,500 R 


23,100 R 








86,600 


46,000 R 


16,400 R 








62,400 





2,200 R 








2,200 


54,100 R 


22,400 R 








76,500 


22,900 R 


10,000 R 








32,900 





8,800 R 








8,800 


33,600 R 


11,300 R 








44,900 


45,700 R 


31,000 R 








76,700 





5,300 R 








5,300 


47,100 R 


26,000 R 








73,100 


46,600 R 


23,400 R 








70,000 








2,161 





2,161 








154 





154 








755 





755 








1,344 





1,344 








43 





43 








3 





3 








255 





255 








530 





530 








643 





643 








72 





72 








590 





590 








7 





7 








1,647 





1,647 


42,000 R 


20,900 R 








62,900 


54,900 R 


13,800 R 








68,700 


145,900 I 


28,000 I 








173,900 


13,100 I 


9,000 I 








22,100 





17,300 R 








17,300 


52,700 R 


21,000 R 








73,700 


55,900 R 


15,700 R 








71,600 


61,100 R 


36,500 R 








97,600 





500 R 








500 


39,200 R 


13,900 R 








53,100 


114 











5129 Sheppord, Richard C 398 H-024 

1427 Sherburne Estate, Maxwell G 1305 H-081 

1427 Sherburne Estate, Maxwell G 1306 H-089 

1429 Shewn Sr, Bradley A 1312 K-178 

1432 Silva, Anna M 1317 K-009 

2517 Sinclair, Linda M 1232 B-120 

1436 Sirois, Michael A 1319 K-099 

3702 Six Maple Street Realty Trust 1169 J-039 

1438 Skelly Jr, John F 1320 L-023 
3663 Start, Daniel R 165 EX-029 

1449 Slith Jr, Samuel A 1331 C-002 

4333 Slith Revocable Trust, Roy W 1330 D-009 

1439 Slith, Dianne K 1321 H-131 

1440 Slith, Elizabeth Heller 1322 C-145 
1440 Slith, Elizabeth Heller 1323 C-141 



2437 Siith, Frederick 

4331 Siith, Jean E 

1442 Siith, John H 

1443 Siith, Kenneth R 
1443 Siith, Kenneth R 

3670 Siith, Richard A 

1445 Siith, Roland A 

1450 Society for the Protection 

1450 Society for the Protection 

1450 Society for the Protection 

1450 Society for the Protection 
1450 Society for the Protection 
1450 Society for the Protection 
1450 Society for the Protection 
1450 Society for the Protection 

1450 Society for the Protection 
1450 Society for the Protection 
1450 Society for the Protection 
1450 Society for the Protection 

1450 Society for the Protection 

1497 Solon, Saiuel 
3683 Soucy, Kevin P 

1451 Souhegan Wood Products 

1451 Souhegan Wood Products 

1452 Sousa, Mark J 

4835 Southwick, Steven B 
4820 Spear, Robert E 
1459 St Clair, Richard W 
1459 St Clair, Richard W 
4133 Stackpole, Joel F 



1177 


K-045 


1329 


D-046 


1325 


K-128 


1326 


H-050 


1327 


H-049 


1592 


A-038 


1328 


D-153 


1332 


F-156 


1333 


G-038 


1334 


G-041 


1335 


G-040 


658 


G-008 


659 


G-007 


660 


G-020 


661 


E-046 


666 


G-019 


667 


G-032 


668 


G-016 


669 


G-017 


1712 


E-045-01 


1336 


M-023 


1324 


K-092 


1337 


K-169 


1338 


K-167 


1339 


H-084 


1807 


H-042-03 


1143 


B-047 


1348 


A-067 


1349 


A-067-01 


1792 


D-158-04 



TITLE 
DATE 



PROPERTY INVENTORY WASTER LIST 
10/20/93 TRANSFER CTL* 202 



TOWN OF WILTON, N.H. 
SEQUENCED BY NAME - TAXES ROUNDED * 



MUNICIPAL TAX BILLING SYSTEM 
PAGE* 36 



* SELECTED BY! ALL PROPERTIES 
ACT* PROPERTY OWNER 



SER* MAP* 



LOT* 



BUILDING 


LAND 


CURRENT 


EXEMPTIONS 


NET 


VALUE 


VALUE 


USE 


OFF VALUATION 


VALUATION 


54,200 R 


13,000 R 








67,200 


55,900 R 


16,600 R 








72,500 


32,500 R 


20,600 R 








53,100 


N 


N 














31,300 N 








31,300 





86,200 N 








86,200 





4,700 N 








4,700 





6,700 N 








6,700 





1,100 N 








1,100 





3,900 N 








3,900 





10,200 N 








10,200 


32,200 R 


23,350 R • 








55,550 


37,300 R 


23,900 R 








61,200 


54,500 R 


22,102 R 


767 





77,369 


146,900 R 


18,000 R 


3,948 





168,848 


146,700 R 


39,300 R 








186,000 


59,700 R 


18,000 R 


4,357 





82,057 


23,800 M 











23,800 


41,000 R 


26,100 R 








67,100 


32,800 R 


21,400 R 








54,200 


31,800 I 


6,400 I 








38,200 


29,890 R 


22,100 R 








51,990 


11,100 R 


34,300 R 








45,400 


51,800 R 


17,600 R 








69,400 


35,700 R 


20,700 R 








56,400 


37,600 R 


9,900 R 








47,500 





49,200 R 








49,200 








1,908 





1,908 








360 





360 








59 





59 








15 





15 








735 





735 


102,140 R 


36,700 R 








138,840 


58,500 C 


17,300 C 








75,800 


44,800 R 


19,900 R 








64,700 


32,300 R 


15,600 R 








47,900 





16,650 R 








16,650 


47,600 R 


17,000 R 








64,600 


47,700 R 


22,000 R 


1,253 





70,953 








2,025 





2,025 


155,600 R 


36,950 R 


2,003 





194,553 








61 





61 








2,182 





2,182 








58 





58 








485 





485 



1454 Staiti, Jacqueline 
3584 Stanley, Hare C 

1455 Stanton, Robert J 

1458 State of New Haipshire- 

1458 State of New Ha«pshire- 

1458 State of New Haipshire- 
1458 State of New Hawshire- 
1458 State of New Hawshire- 
1458 State of New Ha»shire- 
1458 State of New Haipshire- 

1458 State of New HaMshire- 
1460 Stearns, Herbert C 

1462 Stearns, Jo»es U 

1463 Stebbins, Peter 

1464 Stein, David E 

4143 Steinberg, Joseph S 

1466 Stephens, Edna 

1467 Stevens, Jere 
4532 Stewart, Robert L 
1470 SticKney, Kenneth C 

1472 Stiison Jr, Carl K 
2531 Stiison, Tiiothy K 

1476 Stone, Edward 8 J 

1477 Stone, Roy 

4935 Stover Rev Trust, Thelia 

1482 Streeter, Elizabeth J 
1486 Sullivan i Proctor 
4085 Sullivan Real Estate Trust 
4085 Sullivan Real Estate Trust 
4085 Sullivan Real Estate Trust 

4085 Sullivan Real Estate Trust 
4085 Sullivan Real Estate Trust 
1485 Sullivan, Charles B 
1488 Sullivan, David B 
4123 Sullivan, Garret J 

1490 Sullivan, George 

1494 Sum Realty Trust 
4781 Sweeney, Paul M 

1495 Sweezy, Paul t Alan 
1495 Sweezy, Paul % Alan 

1495 Sweezy, Paul I Alan 

149S Sweezy, Paul S Alan 

1495 Sweezy, Paul I Alan 

1495 Sweezy, Paul I Alan 

1495 Sweezy, Paul t Alan 



1341 


E-014-01 


234 


F-080 


1342 


D-148 


1843 


D-073 


1344 


H-109 


1345 


6-011 


1346 


G-015 


139 


D-072 


142 


J-049 


143 


K-166 


144 


B-096 


1350 


F-068 


1351 


B-045 


1352 


C-017 


1353 


E-042 


759 


A-069 


1355 


H-083 


1356 


BX-023 


192 


H-088 


1358 


B-042 


1359 


J-101 


1694 


M-083 


1548 


H-005 


1362 


M-008 


1365 


F-042 


1222 


J-020 


1371 


C-102 


1873 


D-140-01 


1369 


D-139 


1370 


D-138 


1372 


D-010 


1373 


D-008 


1368 


D-140-02 


1374 


J-060 


1153 


F-070 


1375 


M-042 


1378 


K-171 


892 


D-123 


1379 


D-130 


1380 


F-022 


1381 


D-142 


1382 


D-131 


1383 


D-014 


1384 


D-011 


1385 


D-002 



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PAGE* 37 



* SELECTED BY*. ALL PROPERTIES 
ACT* PROPERTY OWNER 



SER* map* 



LOT* 



1495 Sw*ezy, Poul I Alan 1386 D-043 

1496 Swift toter Girl Scout Council 1387 F-002 

1499 Tallarico, Alan I Dorothy 1610 G-030 

1500 Tallarico, Jonn K 1611 G-035-01 
1502 Tallarico, Leslie 1612 6-035 



1502 Tallarico, Leslie 

1502 Tallarico, Leslie 

1503 Tallarico, Robert 8 Hyrtle 
1503 Tallarico, Robert I Hyrtle 
1758 Tall*an, Shirley 

1505 Tatro, Thotas A 
1507 Tatui, Patricia 
1509 Taylor, Don 
1509 Taylor, Don 
1509 Taylor, Don 

1509 Taylor, Don 

1509 Taylor, Don 

1509 Taylor, Don 

4357 Teger, Jonathan B 

1514 TesU, Gilbert E 

1514 Testa, Gilbert E 
1514 Testa, Gilbert E 

1518 Testa, Ran P 
1516 Testa, Richard D 

1519 Tetreault, Roland R 

1521 Thebodeou, Carlton C 

1522 Theil, Rayiond V 
1524 Theil, Williai R 
1526 Theriault, Ar#and J 
4004 Thibault, Hark P 

1529 Thorns, Ricky H 

1530 Tho«pson, Archie 
1530 Thompson, Archie 
1530 Tno«pson, Archie 
1530 Thotoson, Archie 

4344 Thompson, Hork W 

4478 Thoiwi, D-ovid w 

1535 Tiemey, Dovid B 

1537 Tighe, John F 

1539 Tighe, Martha 

1540 Tinker, Eugene J 
4539 Torre, Joseph F 
1681 Tow of Wilton 
1681 Tow of Wilton 
1681 Town of Wilton 



1613 6-035-02 

1614 G-031 

1615 6-033 

1616 6-034 
1547 A-075 

1619 H-037-01 

1620 K-030 
575 A-061 

1621 C-029 

1622 A-059 

1623 C-032 

1624 A-068 

1625 A-0-64 
15*8 D-116 

1628 K-117 

1629 H-045 

1630 H-040 

1632 K-109 

1631 H-061 

1633 J-093 

1634 B-108 

1635 DX-095-3* 
163* DX-095-27 
1637 J-012 
185* H-012-02 

1639 K-011 
1607 D-025 

1640 D-023 

1641 D-024 

1642 F-061 

1440 A-058-05 

989 DX-095-37 

1644 M-055 

1645 K-074 
164* K-075 

1647 K-159 

269 A-OO4-01 

19 F-158 

1841 L-025-01 

1842 L-025-02 



BUILDING 


LAN! 


CURRENT 


EXERTIONS 


NET 


VALUE 


VALUE 


USE i 

813 


3FF VALUATION 


VALUATION 











813 


58,100 N 


6*, 100 N 








124,200 





5,900 R 








5,900 


37,900 R 


18,000 R 


479 





5*, 379 


72,400 R 


20,000 R 


2,743 





95,143 








225 





225 


3,800 R 


9,600 R 


1,261 





14,6*1 








181 





181 


13,300 R 


12,500 R 








25,800 


53,400 9 


21,700 8 


2,18* 





77,28* 


68,800 R 


21,000 R 








89,800 


62,400 R 


13,800 R 








76,200 








427 





427 








1,141 





1,141 


95,500 R 


16,680 R 


2,242 





114,422 








31* 





316 








1,152 





1,152 








42* 





426 


58,000 R 


19,900 R 








77,900 


34,800 R 


7,200 R 








42,000 





15,500 R 








15,500 


30,400 R 


16,900 R 








47,300 


33,600 R 


10,000 R 








43,600 


44,200 R 


18,500 R 








*2,700 


45,400 R 


6,400 R 








51,800 


26,500 C 


16,000 C 








42,500 


37,580 R 


6,100 R 








43,680 


37,850 R 


6,100 R 








43,950 


38,700 R 


16,000 R 








54,700 


41,200 R 


22,600 R 








63,800 


22,300 R 


13,400 R 








35,700 


35,600 R 


16,900 R 








52,500 





1,600 R 








1,600 


46,200 R 


18,100 R 








64,300 


9,800 R 


7,000 R 








16,800 








671 





671 


37,580 R 


6,100 R 








43,680 


46,100 R 


18,500 R 








64,600 


24,400 R 


8,000 R 








32,400 


27,300 R 


11,000 R 








38,300 


17,200 R 


8,900 R 








26,100 


9,900 R 


20,900 R 








30,800 





55,000 N 








55,000 





2,700 N 








2,700 





2,700 N 








2,700 



116 



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PAGE* 38 



* SELECTED BY! ALL PROPERTIES 
ACT* PROPERTY OWCR 



168 


I Town of Hilton 


168 


I Town of Hilton 


168 


i Town of Hilton 


168 


Town of Hilton 


168 


Town of Hilton 


168 


Town of Hilton 


168 


Town of Hilton 


168 


Town of Hilton 


168 


Town of Hilton 


168 


Town of Hilton 


168 


Town of Hilton 


168 


Town of Hilton 


163 


Town of Hilton 


168 


Town of Hilton 


168 


Town of Hilton 


168 


Town of Hilton 


168 


Town of Hilton 


1681 


Town of Hilton 


168 


Town of Hilton 


168 


Town of Hilton 


168 


Town of Hilton 


168 


Town of Hilton 


168 


Town of Hilton 


168 


Town of Hilton 


168 


Town of Hilton 


168 


Town of Hilton 


168 


Town of Hilton 


168j 


Town of Hilton 


163 


Town of Hilton 


168 


Town of Hilton 


154! 


i Tronni, Vincent M 


154" 


' Travis* Stephen E 


154< 


1 Tretblay, Randal P 


155 


Trepanier, Marcel 


155; 


! Trow, Harry 



1553 Tucker, Arnold H 
1555 Tuoaala, Philip E 
3051 Turner, Pamela 
1566 Tuttle Jr, Richard R 
1566 Tuttle Jr, Richard R 

1566 Tuttle Jr, Richard R 
1564 Tuttle Jr, Richard R 
4323 Tuttle Trust, Edna L 
4323 Tuttle Trust, Edna L 
1540 Tuttle, Celia H 





BUILDING 


LAND 


CURRENT 


EXEMPTIONS 


NET 


SER* MAP* LOT* 


VALUE 


VALUE 


USE 


3FF VALUATION 


VALUATION 


875 E-023 





N 


472 





472 


1640 J-018 


56,500 N 


21,400 N 








77,?00 


1164 K-158 





200 N 








200 


145? F-157 





14,800 N 








14,800 


1460 J-041 


22?, 700 N 


2?, 700 N 








25?, 400 


1461 J-042 





8,200 N 








8,200 


1462 J-061 





25,600 N 








25,600 


1463 FX-089-1 


700 N 











700 


1464 J-068 


375,800 N 


22,300 N 








398,100 


1465 K-062 


140,100 N 


31,900 N 








172,000 


1466 L-040 





1,300 N 








1,300 


1467 L-047 





22,500 N 








22,500 


1468 L-052 





800 N 








800 


146? D-091 


71,300 N 


18,700 N 








?0,000 


1470 D-088 





31,900 N 








31,900 


1471 D-077 





24,700 N 








24,700 


1472 D-033 


700 N 


?00 N 








1,600 


1473 D-015 





500 N 








500 


1474 D-013 


400 N 


5,700 N 








6,100 


1475 D-007 


300 N 


17,400 N 








17,700 


1476 B-007 


10,200 N 


30,800 N 








41,000 


1477 C-080 





4,000 N 








4,000 


1478 D-104 


217,300 N 


92,700 N 








310,000 


147? J-102 





3,600 N 








3,600 


1481 E-015 





4,400 N 








4,400 


1482 6-021 





10,?00 N 








10,900 


1483 FX-089 


700 N 











700 


1485 B-016 





400 N 








400 


1486 B-023 





18,400 N 








18,400 


1487 F-004 





5,200 N 








5,200 


1650 C-134-1-4A 


49,500 R 


10,700 R 








60,200 


1651 D-063 


75,200 R 


18,600 R 








93,800 


1652 H-107-04 


5?, 300 R 


22,000 R 








81,300 


1653 C-0?? 





22,100 R 








22,100 


1655 D-052 


44,800 R 


18,?00 R 








63,700 


1656 L-053 


37,200 R 


16,600 R 








53,800 


1657 K-172 


37,474 C 


18,337 C 








55,811 


1377 L-067 


3?, 300 R 


6,800 R 








46,100 


1674 F-032 





24,700 R 








24,700 


1675 F-030 


36,600 R 


20,300 R 








56,900 


1676 F-02? 


13,400 R 


13,300 R 








26,700 


1677 F-047 


41,400 R 


19,600 R 








61,000 


1665 F-008 


22,?00 R 


20,300 R 








43,200 


1666 F-O07 





12,400 R 








12,400 


160? B-012 


13,700 M 


28,200 R 








41,900 



117 



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TOUN OF WILTON, N.H, 
SEQUENCED BY NAME - TAXES ROUNDED * 



MUNICIPAL TAX BILLING SYSTEM 
PAGE* 39 



I SELECTED BY: ALL PROPERTIES 
ACT* PROPERTY OWNER 



SER* MAP* 



LOT* 



BUILDING 


LAND 


CURRENT 


EXEMPTIONS 


NET 


VALUE 


VALUE 


USE i 


OFF VALUATION 


VALUATION 


81,400 R 


16,940 R 








98,340 








805 





805 


1,100 R 


4,500 R 








5,600 





9,800 R 








9,800 


2,300 R 


10,000 R 








12,300 


65,100 R 


37,700 R 








102,800 





3,500 R 








3,500 


2,500 R 


16,100 R 








18,600 


29,800 R 


15,600 R 








45,400 


44,000 R 


22,100 R 








66,100 


47,300 R 


22,200 R 








69,500 


45,300 R 


18,500 R 








63,800 


16,200 R 


4,500 R 








20,700 


41,500 ft 


14,200 R 








55,700 


24,900 R 


22,100 R 








47,000 


34,900 R 


12,000 R 








46,900 





5,800 R 








5,800 


31,700 R 


8,000 R 








39,700 


45,500 R 


15,800 R 








61,300 





16,100 R 








16,100 





18,300 R 








18,300 


49,800 R 


22,000 R 








71,800 


61,180 R 


23,200 R 








84,380 

















50,800 R 


29,280 R 








80,080 


17,700 R 


19,500 R 








37,200 


68,300 R 


18,000 R 








86,300 


56,300 R 


21,100 R 








77,400 


44,700 R 


13,000 R 








57,700 


150 R 


4,150 R 








4,300 





5,200 R 








5,200 





11,700 R 








11,700 


25,700 R 


11,000 R 








36,700 


53,500 R 


20,900 R 


1,534 





75,934 





200 R 








200 


101,200 R 


24,300 R 








125,500 


N 


N 











N 


N 











N 


N 











N 


N 











N 


N 











N 


N 











N 


N 











N 


N 











N 


N 












1557 Tuttle, Joies A 
1557 Tuttle, Jaies A 
2909 Tuttle, Joanne 
1563 Tuttle, Leroy V 
1563 Tuttle, Leroy V 

1563 Tuttle, Leroy V 
1563 Tuttle, Leroy V 
1563 Tuttle, Leroy V 
1565 Tuttle, Lorraine 
1565 Tuttle, Lorraine 

1567 Tuttle, Ronald C 

1569 Tuttle, Shirley J 

1570 Tyler, Jates K 
1572 Uienhofer, Mark R 

1574 Upton, Lucille 

1575 Usuriello, Charles A 
1578 Vaillancourt, Rudolph 
1578 Vaillancourt, Rudolph 
4476 Vaillanourt, MarK R 
3692 Valente, Sebastian 

1589 Van Kanan, Michael I Irene 
1593 Van Veen, Christopher J 
1583 Vander-Heyden, Andre 
3569 Vander-Heyden, Scott A 
1585 VanderHeyden, Paul E 

1587 Vanetti, Edward 

1588 Vanetti, Linda J 
1595 VanUinkle, Gerald A 
1597 Vargish, Stephen 
1597 Vargish, Stephen 

4380 Verna M Proctor Trust 
4380 Verna M Proctor Trust 
1600 Vincent, Gerard 
1602 Vinton Jr, Howard S 
5147 Vogel, Carolyn R 

5147 Vogel, Carolyn R 
2781 VOIDED LOT NUMBER 
2781 VOIDED LOT NUMBER 
2781 VOIDED LOT NUMBER 
2781 VOIDED LOT NUMBER 

2781 VOIDED LOT NUMBER 
2781 VOIDED LOT NUMBER 
2781 VOIDED LOT NUMBER 
2781 VOIDED LOT NUMBER 
2781 VOIDED LOT NUMBER 



1658 


M-030 


1659 


G-006 


1993 


J-066 


1668 


F-016 


1669 


F-018 


1670 


F-019 


1671 


E-018 


1672 


F-140 


1667 


F-053 


1673 


F-051 


1678 


F-052 


1679 


M-052 


1680 


K-164 


1681 


D-115 


1682 


F-009 


1683 


B-043 


1685 


K-054 


1686 


K-055 


425 


K-013 


863 


B-145 


1692 


A-037 


1695 


M-087 


1690 


A-043 


1870 


J-023 


1691 


F-083-01 


526 


H-029-08 


1705 


K-031 


1696 


M-093 


1697 


J-087 


1698 


J-141 


1173 


F-107 


1178 


F-106 


1700 


C-144 


1701 


H-132 


1688 


C-126 


1689 


C-136 


514 




261 


D-069-01 


517 


H-042 


1293 


F-023-01 


1038 


F-101 


1039 


F-109 


1040 


F-110 


1041 


F-lll 


1042 


F-112 



118 



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MUNICIPAL TAX BILLING SYSTEM 
PA6E* 40 



t SELECTED BY: ALL PROPERTIES 






BUILDING 


LAND 


CURRENT 


EXEMPTIONS 


NET 


ACT* PROPERTY OWNER 


SER* 
1043 


NAP* LOT* VALUE 


VALUE 


USE 


OFF VALUATION 


VALUATION 


2781 VOIDED LOT NUMBER 


F-114 


N 


N 











2781 VOIDED LOT NUMBER 


1555 


H-108-02 


N 


N 











2781 VOIDED LOT NUMBER 


1044 


F-115 


N 


N 











2781 VOIDED LOT NUMBER 


1045 


F-120 


N 


N 











2781 VOIDED LOT NUMBER 


1816 


Duplicate 


N 


N 











2781 VOIDED LOT NUMBER 


1829 




N 


N 











2781 VOIDED LOT NUMBER 


1578 


E-027-01 


N 


N 











2781 VOIDED LOT NUMBER 


1068 




ON 


N 











2781 VOIDED LOT NUMBER 


1839 


F-121 


N 


N 











2781 VOIDED LOT NUMBER 


48 


H-057-A 


N 


N 











2781 VOIDED LOT NUMBER 


819 




N 


N 











2781 VOIDED LOT NUMBER 


1844 


J-038 


ON 


N 











2781 VOIDED LOT NUMBER 


565 


F-028-01 

















2781 VOIDED LOT NUMBER 


1849 


K-088 





N 











2781 VOIDED LOT NUMBER 


1862 


H-032-01 


N 


N 











2781 VOIDED LOT NUMBER 


1868 




N 


N 











2781 VOIDED LOT NUMBER 


857 


F-141 


N 


N 











2781 VOIDED LOT NUMBER 


347 


H-051 





N 











2781 VOIDED LOT NUMBER 


383 


FX-171 


N 


N 











2781 VOIDED LOT NUMBER 


1664 


B-012 


N 


N 











2781 VOIDED LOT NUMBER 


1166 


F-078 


N 


N 











2781 VOIDED LOT NUMBER 


146 


C-110 


ON 


N 











2781 VOIDED LOT NUMBER 


164 


D-158 


N 


N 











2781 VOIDED LOT NUMBER 


1702 




N 


N 











2781 VOIDED LOT NUMBER 


1198 


C-019 


N 


N 











2781 VOIDED LOT NUMBER 


1713 


K-154 


N 


N 











2781 VOIDED LOT NUMBER 


1202 


B-109 


ON 


N 











2781 VOIDED LOT NUMBER 


1714 


M-002 


N 


N 











2781 VOIDED LOT NUMBER 


1715 


M-003 


ON 


N 











2781 VOIDED LOT NUMBER 


1716 


M-004 


N 














2781 VOIDED LOT NUMBER 


1717 


M-005 


N 


N 











2781 VOIDED LOT NUMBER 


1718 


L-062 


ON 


N 











2781 VOIDED LOT NUMBER 


1719 


L-063 


ON 


N 











2781 VOIDED LOT NUMBER 


956 


C-022 


.0 N 


N 











2781 VOIDED LOT NUMBER 


1725 


EX-028-01 


N 


N 











2781 VOIDED LOT NUMBER 


446 


B-139 


N 


N 











2781 VOIDED LOT NUMBER 


1726 


EX-029-A 


N 


N 











2781 VOIDED LOT NUMBER 


1728 


B-074-01 


ON 


N 











2781 VOIDED LOT NUMBER 


1731 


K-154 


N 


N 











2781 VOIDED LOT NUMBER 


1733 


6-005 


N 


N 











2781 VOIDED LOT NUMBER 


1736 


D-041 


N 


N 











2781 VOIDED LOT NUMDER 


1737 


B-083 


ON 


N 











2781 VOIDED LOT NUMBER 


1738 


D-020 


ON 


N 











2781 VOIDED LOT NUMBER 


1739 


D-040 


ON 


N 











2781 VOIDED LOT NUMBER 


1740 


D-070 


N 


N 












119 



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TOWN OF WILTON, N.H. 
SEQUENCED BY NAME - TAXES ROUNDED * 



MUNICIPAL TAX BILLING SYSTEH 
PAGE* 41 



* SELECTED BY! ALL PROPERTIES 
ACTt PROPERTY OWNER 



SER* HAP* 



LOT* 



BUILDING 


LAND 


CURRENT 


EXEMPTIONS 


NET 


VALUE 


VALUE 


USE ' 


QFF VALUATION 


VALUATION 


N 


N 











N 


N 











N 


N 











N 


N 











N 


N 











N 


N 











N 


N 











N 


N 











N 


N 














N 











N 


N 











N 


N 











N 


N 











N 


N 











N 


N 











N 


N 











N 


N 











N 


N 











N 


N 











N 


N 











N 


N 











N 


N 











N 


N 











N 


N 











N 


N 











N 


N 











N 


N 











N 


N 











N 


N 











N 


N 











58,700 R 


12,350 R 


1,372 





72,422 


48,300 R 


21,000 R 








69,300 


32,800 R 


16,900 R 








49,700 


80,600 R 


17,800 R 








98,400 


46,580 R 


21,200 R 


293 





68,073 


50,340 R 


25,400 R 








75,740 








518 





518 


42,200 R 


21,600 R 


461 





64,261 


112,000 R 


37,700 R 








149,700 


30,800 R 


22,800 R 








53,600 


44,600 R 


7,200 R 








51,800 


52,600 R 


16,600 R 








69,200 





3,200 R 








3,200 


41,400 C 


19,000 C 








60,400 





1,600 R 








1,600 



2781 VOIDED LOT NUMBER 

2781 VOIDED LOT NUMBER 

2781 VOIDED LOT NUMBER 

2781 VOIDED LOT NUMBER 

2781 VOIDED LOT NUMBER 

2781 VOIDED LOT NUMBER 
2781 VOIDED LOT NUMBER 
2781 VOIDED LOT NUMBER 
2781 VOIDED LOT NUMBER 
2781 VOIDED LOT NUMBER 

2781 VOIDED LOT NUMBER 
2781 VOIDED LOT NUMBER 
2781 VOIDED LOT NUMBER 
2781 VOIDED LOT NUMBER 
2781 VOIDED LOT NUMBER 

2781 VOIDED LOT NUMBER 
2781 VOIDED LOT NUMBER 
2781 VOIDED LOT NUMBER 
2781 VOIDED LOT NUMBER 
2781 VOIDED LOT NUMBER 

2781 VOIDED LOT NUMBER 
2781 VOIDED LOT NUMBER 
2781 VOIDED LOT NUMBER 
2781 VOIDED LOT NUMBER 
2781 VOIDED LOT NUMBER 

2781 VOIDED LOT NUMBER 
2781 VOIDED LOT NUMBER 
2781 VOIDED LOT NUMBER 
2781 VOIDED LOT NUMBER 
2781 VOIDED LOT NUMBER 

4657 vonFelsinger Trust, The 
1606 Wadleigh, Michael R 
1608 Wadleigh, Richard A 
1611 Wagner, Therese S 

1613 Wake, Laurie A 

3941 yalcott, Barbara J 

1614 Walker, Willia* B 
1614 Walker, Williai B 
3534 Walton, Benito J 

1620 Warner, Marilyn A 

1621 Warnock, Donald 
3059 Warren, Jeffery K 

1623 Wassell, Vincent t Adele 
1623 Wassell, Vincent i Adele 
1623 Wassell, Vincent t Adele 



1741 


D-071 


1742 


B-085 


1743 


D-039 


2002 




979 


F-142-01 


980 


F-142-02 


981 


F-142-03 


1751 


C-121-01 


1754 


CX-133 


2010 




1755 


D-095 


1756 


D-099-A 


1759 


FX-038-01 


1763 


EX-029-E 


1764 




1768 


H-004 


1769 


H-104 


1003 


K-176 


1004 


K-175 


1774 


A-058 


1775 


D-019 


1776 


D-117 


1777 


D-118 


1778 


D-119 


1779 


F-005 


1780 


F-012 


1782 


H-lll 


1783 


BX-101-01 


1784 


BX-101 


1273 


H-031 


1703 


G-009 


1388 


H-087-01 


1389 


M-043 


1390 


D-045 


1391 


A-036 


1015 


H-l 10-01 


1392 


H-082 


1393 


H-076 


1100 


A-016 


1395 


D-143 


1396 


K-058 


1627 


M-067 


1397 


J-086 


1398 


J-090 


1400 


D-156 



120 



TITLE 
DATE 



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10/20/93 TRANSFER CTL* 202 



TOWN OF WILTON, N.H, 
SEQUENCED BY NAME - TAXES ROUNDED * 



MUNICIPAL TAX BILLING SYSTEM 
PAGE* 42 



* SELECTED BYt ALL PROPERTIES 
ACT* PROPERTY OWNER 



1623 Wassell, Vincent I Adele 

1623 Uossell, Vincent I Adele 

1624 Waters, Elizabeth 

1625 Waters, Ernest G 
1627 Watts, Earl 

1627 Watts, Earl 
4448 Webb, Gary M 
1629 Webb, Michael D 
4329 Wegener, Howard W 
1631 Weissflog, Mark P 

3562 Weissflog, Renate 
4328 Welch, Catherine S 
1189 Welch, Cheryl A Ortaan 
1633 Weld, Christopher M 
1633 Weld, Christopher M 

1633 Weld, Christopher M 
1748 Wellington, Roger S 
1748 Wellington, Roger S 
1748 Wellington, Roger S 
1637 Wells, Lynda F 

1637 Wells, Lynda F 

1638 Wells, Norton F 
5067 Wells, Paris K 

1639 Welsh, Judith 
1642 West, Kathe A 

1645 Whalen, Williai W 
4322 Wharton, Leslie 

1649 Wheeler, Catherine C 
1647 Wheeler, Florence 

1650 Whippie, Donald E 



4484 Whitcoib Revocable Trust, Maud 1425 
1651 Whitcoib, Maud P 

1653 White, Williat W 

1654 Whitehill, Mark H 
1656 Whitney, Edna M 



1656 Whitney, Edna M 

1657 Whitney, Eric N 

1660 Whitney, Lucille R 

1661 Whitney, Richard 

1662 Whitney, Wi E I B V 

4635 Wier, Jaies H 
4635 Wier, Joks H 
4007 Wilkinson, W Floyd 
4007 Wilkinson, W Floyd 
1665 Willett, Robert K H 



SERI 


MAP* 


1401 


J-090-02 


1402 


D-155 


1403 


B-106 


1404 


B-134 


1405 


C-028 


1406 


C-027 


1165 


F-075 


1407 


F-057 


101 


H-123 


1408 


K-021 


976 


J-051 


1648 


M-056 


1052 


DX-095-09 


1409 


H-060-01 


1410 


H-059 


1411 


H-058-03 


1601 


H-016 


1602 


H-016-01 


1357 


H-038 


1413 


A-046 


1414 


A-050 


1415 


J-031 


1011 


B-061 


1416 


C-051 


1418 


F-015 


1420 


F-164 


1790 


D-158-02 


1422 


K-025 


1421 


F-045 


1423 


H-071 


1425 


F-040 


1424 


F-039 


1426 


B-058 


1427 


H-078 


1428 


C-008 


1429 


F-038 


1430 


D-126 


1431 


L-036 


1432 


C-009 


1433 


H-001 


1528 


D-048 


1529 


D-049 


1998 


A-004-03 


1999 


A-OO4-02 


1436 


H-l 10-02 



LOT* 



BUILDING 


LAND 


CURRENT 


EXEMPTIONS 


NET 


VALUE 


VALUE 


USE 


DFF VALUATION 


VALUATION 





800 R 








800 


500 R 


900 R 








1,400 


10,400 R 


14,700 R 








25,100 


30,400 R 


20,000 R 








50,400 


62,500 R 


30,736 R 


11,854 





105,090 








831 





831 


38,900 R 


20,000 R 








58,900 


50,900 R 


20,200 R 








71,100 








525 





525 


66,700 R 


15,800 R 








82,500 


46,640 C 


17,500 C 








64,140 


31,400 R 


16,900 R 








48,300 


37,580 R 


6,100 R 








43,680 








145 





145 


65,500 R 


24,180 R 


1,264 





90,944 








263 





263 


61,400 R 


21,000 R 


54 





82,454 








71 





71 


168 R 


9,700 R 








9,868 


45,400 R 


18,500 R 








63,900 


2,000 R 


3,200 R 








5,200 


28,900 R 


11,300 R 








40,200 


51,400 R 


20,500 R 








71,900 


104,200 R 


29,014 R 


647 





133,861 


34,600 R 


14,200 R 





10,000 u 


38,800 


32,300 R 


15,600 R 








47,900 


50,400 R 


19,100 R 








69,500 


47,300 R 


11,300 R 








58,600 


39,300 R 


22,000 R 





15,000 A 


46,300 


44,900 R 


21,600 R 








66,500 


27,300 R 


16,900 R 








44,200 


5,100 R 


7,000 R 








12,100 


44,200 R 


20,400 R 








64,600 


81,800 R 


21,600 R 


2,115 





105,515 





6,700 R 








6,700 


37,000 R 


20,200 R 








57,200 


55,600 R 


28,200 R 








83,800 


41,200 R 


7,700 R 








48,900 


12,500 R 


14,700 R 








27,200 


10,500 R 


41,900 R 








52,400 


61,000 R 


21,000 R 








82,000 





5,400 R 


483 





5,883 





3,000 R 








3,000 


184,600 R 


43,000 R 








227,600 


61,300 R 


22,400 R 








83,700 


121 











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DATE 



PROPERTY INVENTORY MASTER LIST 
10/20/93 TRANSFER CTL* 202 



TOUN OF VILTON, N.H, 
SE9U0CO BY NAME - TAXES ROUNDED t 



MUNICIPAL TAX BILLING SYSTEM 
PAGE* 43 



t SELECTED BY! ALL PROPERTIES 
ACT* PROPERTY OWNER 



SER* MAP* 



LOT* 



BUILDING 
VALUE 



LAND 
VALUE 



CURRENT 
USE 



EXEMPTIONS 
OFF VALUATION 



NET 
VALUATION 



1649 Vil 


4018 Vil 


2087 Vil 


1759 Vil 


1676 Vil 


1677 Vil 


1675 Vil 


1675 Vil 


1675 Vil 


1675 Vil 


1675 Vil 


1675 Vil 


1675 Vil 


1678 Vil 


3563 Vil 


3563 Kit 


1679 Vil 


3696 Vil1 


1680 Vil 


1680 Vil 


1680 Vil 


1683 BiH 


1683 Vil 


1683 Vil 


1683 Vil 


1683 UiT 


1683 Vil 


1683 Kit 


1683 Vil 


1683 Kit 


1683 Vil 


1683 Kit 


1683 Kit 


1683 fill 


1683 Kit 


1683 Kit 


1683 tail 


1683 Kit 


1683 Kit 


1683 Kit 


1683 Kit 


1683 Kit 


1683 Milt 


1683 Kit 


1683 Vil 



lias, C Fae 1438 M-044 

liats, Ja*es L 1791 D-158-03 

son, Geoffrey L 225 M-084 

ton Ceeter Baptist Church 1546 B-14O-03 

ton Center Tennis CM 1445 C-069 

ton Cong of Jehovah Witness 1444 C-102-01 

ton Bevelop*ent Inc 1447 F-122 

ton Development Inc 1448 M-059 

ton Development Inc 1449 F-121-01 

ton Development Inc 1450 F-121-02 



ton Development Inc 


1451 


F-121-03 


ton Development Inc 


1452 


F-121-04 


ton Development Inc 


1453 


F-121-05 


ion Biner 


1454 


K-044-01 


ton Falls Associates 


105 


J-105 


ton Falls Associates 


1981 


J-104-01 


ton Masonic Temple 


1455 


J-067 


ton School District 


1480 


K-014 


ton Telephone Coipanv 


1454 


J-044 


toe Telephone Coipanv 


1457 


J-064-01 


ton Telephone Company 


1458 


K-170 


ton Voods Realty 


1490 


F-012-33 


ton Voods Realty 


1491 


F-012-32 


ion Voods Realtv 


1492 


F-012-30 


ton Voods Realty 


1493 


F-012-31 


ton Voods Realty 


1494 


F-012-29 


ton Voods Realty 


1495 


F-012-28 


ton Voods Realty 


1496 


F-012-27 


ton Voods Realty 


1497 


F-012-26 


ton Voods Realty 


1498 


F-012-25 


ton Voods Realty 


1499 


F-012-24 


ton Voods Realty 


1500 


F-012-23 


ton Voods Realty 


1501 


F-012-22 


ton Voods Realty 


1502 


F-012-21 


ton Voods Realty 


1503 


F-012-19 


ton Voods Realty 


1504 


F-012-18 


ton Woods Realty 


1505 


F-012-17 


ton Woods Realty 


150-6 


F-012-16 


ton Voods Realty 


1507 


F-012-15 


ton Voods Realty 


1508 


F-012-14 


ton Voods Realty 


1509 


F-012-13 


ton Voods Realty 


1510 


F-012-11 


ton Voods Realty 


1511 


F-012-10 


ton Voods Realty 


1512 


F-012-09 


ton Voods Realty 


1513 


F-012-08 



33,600 R 
45,100 R 
44,400 R 
45,900 N 
6,100 R 

202,700 N 









22,000 C 
249,600 I 



35,100 R 

751,900 N 

30,200 C 

88,800 C 

27,000 C 
































16,900 R 
17,100 R 
22,100 R 
17,000 N 
16,800 R 

25,200 N 
19,300 R 
3,900 R 
13,400 R 
13,400 R 

13,400 R 

13,400 R 

13,300 R 

16,500 C 

14,400 I 

38,000 C 

14,100 R 

73,500 N 

22,500 C 



19,000 C 

19,800 R 

19,800 R 

19,800 R 

19,800 R 

20,500 R 
19,800 R 
17,255 R 
17,850 R 
13,860 R 

16,830 R 
17,085 R 
16,830 R 
16,830 R 
16,830 R 

16,830 R 
17,170 R 
13,860 R 
13,860 R 
13,860 R 

13,860 R 
13,840 R 
13,840 R 
14,710 R 
14,140 R 












526 



















































20,500 
19,800 
17,255 
17,850 
13,860 

16,830 
17,085 
16,830 
16,830 
16,830 

16,830 
17,170 
13,840 
13,840 

13,840 

13,840 
13,840 
13,840 
14,710 
14,140 



122 



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DATE 



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10/20/93 TRANSFER CTL* 202 



TOWN OF HILTON, N.H. 
SEQUENCED BY NAME - TAXES ROUNDED * 



HUNICIPAL TAX BILLING SYSTEH 
PAGE* 44 



t SELECTED BYt ALL PROPERTIES 
ACT* PROPERTY OWNER 



SERt HAP* 



LOT* 



BUILDING 


LAND 


CURRENT 


EXEHPTIONS 


NET 


VALUE 


VALUE 


USE 1 


)FF VALUATION 


VALUATION 





17,255 R 








17,255 





17,000 R 








17,000 





16,830 R 








16,830 





17,255 R 








17,255 





16,830 R 








16,830 





20,300 R 








20,300 





13,860 R 








13,860 





17,170 R 








17,170 





N 











2,038,500 N 


95,100 N 








2,133,600 


65,100 N 


24,900 N 








90,000 


32,000 R 


9,000 R 








41,000 


49,500 R 


14,200 R 








63,700 








7,801 





7,801 





400 R 








400 


68,300 R 


22,500 R 








90,800 


17,000 R 


12,600 R 








29,600 


51,500 R 


15,800 R 








67,300 


65,700 R 


25,500 R 








91,200 


38,300 R 


16,940 R 








55,240 


29,000 R 


11,300 R 








40,300 


41,100 R 


31,800 R 








72,900 


58,700 R 


21,100 R 








79,800 


32,800 C 


8,400 C 








41,200 


32,900 R 


18,200 R 








51,100 


48,000 R 


11,900 R 








59,900 


73,000 R 


29,900 R 








102,900 


25,700 R 


8,000 R 





10,000 u 


23,700 








743 





743 


63,400 R 


11,300 R 








74,700 


67,934 R 


29,400 R 


2,064 





99,398 


42,300 R 


14,000 R 








56,300 


26,800 R 


18,100 R 








44,900 


3,300 R 


16,000 R 








19,300 





27,500 R 








27,500 


12,600 R 


27,400 R 





10,000 u 


30,000 


65,200 R 


20,200 R 








85,400 



1683 Wilton Woods Realty 1514 F-012-07 

1683 Wilton Woods Realty 1515 F-012-06 

1683 Wilton Woods Realty 1516 F-012-05 

1683 Wilton Woods Realty 1517 F-012-04 

1683 Wilton Woods Realty 1518 F-012-20 

1683 Wilton Woods Realty 1519 

1683 Wilton Woods Realty 1520 

1683 Wilton Woods Realty 1521 

1683 Wilton Woods Realty 1781 
1682 Wilton-Lyndeborough Co-op Dist 1489 



F-012-02 
F-012-12 
F-012-03 
F-012-01 
J-135 



2086 Wilton-Lyndeborough Volunteer 489 B-117 

1750 Wisan, Hark 1603 C-139 

1686 Wood, Edward J 1523 J-094 

1687 Woodaont Orchards 1524 H-112 
4381 Woodward, Claire R 1241 D-006 



4381 Woodward, Claire R 
4750 Woodworth, Michael P 
1688 Worcester, Hark 
4468 Wright, David A 
1692 Wright, Glenn S 

1697 Wright, Williai 
1699 Wright, Winfield D 
3845 Wrona, Zdzislaw 
1701 Wylie Jr, Alva F 
1703 Wylie, Calvin C 

1705 Xenakis, Hatheon I Eftichia 

1706 Yanuszewski, Constant 

1707 Young, Gertrude 
1751 Young, Peter F 

1708 Young, Sally 

1709 Young, Stanley 

1711 Ypya, Alia A 

1712 Zaiger, Daniel 

1713 Zango, Williai C 
1252 Zeller, Anne B 

1715 Ziiinski, Vito P 

1716 Zwicker, Richard C 



1242 


C-047 


1643 


K-148 


1525 


K-156 


37 


B-050 


1527 


H-051 


1531 


K-152 


1532 


C-048 


477 


H-101 


1533 


K-163 


1534 


C-106 


1535 


DX-095-12 


1536 


F-006-01 


1537 


K-132 


1604 


B-123 


1538 


J-065 


1539 


B-124 


1540 


K-101 


1541 


H-055-01 


1542 


H-004 


1101 


B-039 


1544 


H-086 


1545 


D-146 



123 



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INDEX 



WILTON SCHOOL DISTRICT 



Administrators' Report S8 

Balance Sheet si 9 

Financial Reports S14 

Health Service Report S11 

School Board's Budget S20 

School District Officers si 

School Treasurer's Report si 3 

Staff S9 

Staff Benefits S10 

Statement of Analysis of Changes in Fund Equity S19 

Statistics si 2 

Superintendent's Report S7 

Synopsis of 1993 District Meeting & Elections S5 

Warrant for Election of Officers S2 

Warrant for Meeting S3 



WILTON 
SCHOOL DISTRICT OFFICERS 



Moderator: Mr. Richard Rockwood 1 99^ 

Clerk: Mrs. Gretchen Hutchinson resigned 

Treasurer: Mr. Lawrence Brown 1 99-4 



SCHOOL BOARD MEMBERS 

Chairperson: Mrs. Gretchen Dunn 1994 

Secretary: Mrs. Jody Brown 1995 

Mrs. Joyce Fisk 1996 



SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS 

Mr. Richard V. Lates 

ASSISTANT SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS 

Ms. Francine Fullam 



SI 



STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE 
WILTOM SCHOOL DISTRICT WARRANT 
FOR ELECTION OF OFFICERS ON MARCH 8. 1994 



To the inhabitants of the Wilton School District, qualified to 
vote in the Wilton District Affairs: 

YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED TO MEET AT THE FLORENCE RIDEOUT 
ELEMENTARY SCHOOL IN SAID DISTRICT ON THE EIGHTH DAY OF 
MARCH, 1994, AT 10:00 O'CLOCK IN THE FORENOON, 
TO VOTE FOR DISTRICT OFFICERS: 

1. To choose a Moderator, by ballot, for the ensuing year. 

2. To choose a Clerk, by ballot, for the ensuing year. 

3. To choose a Member of the School Board, by ballot, for the ensuing 
three (5) years. 



To choose a Treasurer, by ballot, for the ensuing year. 



5. To choose two (2) Auditors, by ballot, for the ensuing year. 

Polls will open for balloting at 10:00 A.M. and will not close 
before 7:00 P.M. 



GIVE!: UNDER OUR HANDS AT SAID WILTON THIS DAY OF FEBRUARY, 1 99^ 

Gretchen Dunn Jody Brown Joyce Flsk 

SCHOOL BOARD 



A true copy - Attest 



SCHOOL BOARD 



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STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE 
WILTON SCHOOL DISTRICT WARRANT 
FOR ANNUAL DISTRICT MEETING ON MARCH 11, 1994 

To the inhabitants of the School District in the Town of Wilton, 
in the County of Hillsborough, State of Mew Hampshire, qualified to 
vote upon District Affairs: 

YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED TO MEET AT THE FLORENCE RIDEOUT 
ELEMENTARY SCHOOL IN SAID DISTRICT ON FRIDAY, MARCH 11, 1994 
AT SEVEN-THIRTY (7:30) O'CLOCK IN THE AFTERNOON TO ACT UPON 
THE FOLLOWING: 

Notice: School District Officers to be elected at the Town 
Meeting to be held at the Florence Rideout Elementary School beginning 
at 10:00 o'clock in the morning on Tuesday, March 8, 1 99^ • 

6. To hear reports of Agents, Committees, or Officers chosen, 
and pass any vote relating thereto. 

7. To see what sum of money the District will vote to raise and 
appropriate for the support of schools, for the salaries of 
School District Officers and Agents, and for payment of 
statutory obligations of the District. 

8. To see if the District will vote to raise and appropriate the 
sum of thirty nine thousand one hundred fifty-eight dollars 
($39,158) for the payment of increased salary, benefits and 
related costs in connection with a collective bargaining 
agreement entered into between the Wilton School District and 
the Wilton Education Association for the year 1994-95; or 
take any other action in relation thereto. (School Board 
supports this article - Not recommended by Budget Committee) 

9. To see if the District will vote to raise and appropriate the 
sum of fifteen thousand five hundred fifty-one dollars 
($15,551) to fund the addition of a part-time reading 
specialist, or take any other action in relation thereto. 
(School Board supports this article - Recommended by Budget 
Committee) 

10. To see if the district will vote to raise and appropriate the 
sum of nineteen thousand one hundred eighty dollars ($19»180) 
as a deficit appropriation for the 199 3 — 9-4 school year from 
$1,324,670 to $1,342,350, for the purpose of meeting 
unanticipated costs of the District for 1992-93 in accounts 
for substitutes, utilities and legal costs, such sum to be 
paid over to the Wilton School District prior to 

June 30, 1994. (School Board supports this article - 
Recommended by Eudget Committee) 



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11. To see if the District shall accept the provisions of 

RSA 198:20-b providing that any school district at an annual 
meeting may adopt an article authorizing indefinitely, until 
specific rescission of such authority, the school board to 
apply for, accept and expend, without further action by the 
school district, unanticipated money from a state, federal or 
other governmental unit or a private source which becomes 
available during the fiscal year. 

12. To transact any other business that may legally come before 
this meeting. 



GIVEN UNDER OUR HANDS AT SAID WILTON THIS DAY OF FEBRUARY, 1 99^ 

Gretchen Dunn Jody Brown Joyce Fisk 

SCHOOL BOARD 



A true copy attest 



SCHOOL BOARD 



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WILTON SCHOOL DISTRICT ANNUAL MEETING 
March 12, 1993 



The annual meeting of the Wilton School District was held at the 
Florence Rideout Elementary School on Friday, March 12, 1993 at 
7:30 PM. Moderator Richard Rockwood presided, read the warrant, 
stating that said warrant had been posted on February 23, 1993 at the 
Elementary School, Post Office and Town Hall by Clerk, Gretchen R. 
Hutchinson. He then read the results of the election which was held 
on March 9, 1993. Moderator Rockwood outlined some rules of order, 
introduced Mr. Richard Lates, Superintendent of Schools; Ms. Francine 
Fullam, Assistant Superintendent of Schools; Mr. Edward Heffernan, 
Principal of Florence Rideout Elementary School and Ms. Lee Ann 
Packer, Special Education Director and asked that they be given" 
permission to speak as need be on district affairs. A voice vote was 
in the affirmative. 

Article 6 : Gretchen Dunn moved that the reports of agents, 
committees or officers chosen be accepted as printed in the annual 
school district report. This v/as seconded by Joyce Fisk and voted in 
the affirmative. 

\rticle 7 : Joyce Fisk moved that the school district raise and 
appropriate the sum of one million three hundred twenty-four thousand 
six hundred seventy dollars (1,324,670) for the support of the 
schools, for the salaries of School District Officers and agents and 
for the payment of statutory obligations of the district. The motion 
was seconded by Gretchen Dunn and voted in the affirmative. 

As there was no further business, a motion to adjourn was made by 
Joyce Fisk and seconded by Cheryl Burns. 

The meeting adjourned at 7:37 P.M. 



Respectfully submitted, 
Grexchen R. Hutchinson, Clerk 



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WILTON SCHOOL DISTRICT 
ANNUAL ELECTION 

March 9, 1993 

The polls opened for voting at 10:00 AM on Tuesday, March 9, 1993 at 
the Florence Rideout Elementary School Moderator Richard Rockwood 
presided and read the election warrant. The polls closed at 7:00 PM. 

There were 283 votes cast including 6 absentee votes. 

Results were as follows: 

School Board Joyce Fisk 227 

Treasurer Lawrence A. Brown 252 

Clerk Gretchen R. Hutchinson 15 (write ins) 

Jane Farrell 5 (write ins) 

Moderator Richard D. Rockwood 251 

Auditors Edna Bean 25 (write ins) 

Doris Boutwell 19 (write ins) 

Barbara Putnam 5 (write ins) 

Various write-ins with 1, 2 & 3 votes for all positions. 
A true attest, 



Gretchen R. Hutchinson, Clerk 



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SUPERINTENDENT'S REPORT 
199? 

SAU #63 is currently engaged in an effort to tie curriculum, 
instruction and assessment together into a holistic and accountable 
educational system. The four districts of SAU #63 are working together 
to complete the next phase of our curriculum restructuring project. A 
team of teachers and administrators representing all nine buildings in 
our SAU is meeting every month to develop classroom assessment tools 
which are based upon student performance. We are trying to blend 
instruction and asessment activities by developing challenging 
learning tasks which will measure a student's ability to meet the 
outcomes or standards which we have set for them. These tasks are 
much more than abstract paper and pencil tests, because they challenge 
students to think at high levels in order to solve real-life problems. 
Teachers are reporting to us that their students are truly engaged by 
these performance tasks. 

We believe that assessment which is based upon standard and upon 
student performance of real-life learning tasks will provide parents 
and communities with instructional accountability. SAU #63 has 
established 7 learner outcomes which will drive our assessment 
efforts. Our outcomes state that every graduate will demonstrate that 
he/she is a: 

1 . Knowledgeable person 

2. Complex thinker 

3. Skilled information processor 
** . Effective communicator 

5. Self-directed learner 

6. Collaborative worker 

7. Community contributor 

To further define each of these outcomes, our team has developed 
proficiencies leading to each of these learner outcomes and rubrics or 
performance levels to measure or assess the student's level of 
achievement. 

We have been trained in this process by Dr. Robert Marzano of the 
McREL Institute in Colorado. SAU #63 has collaborated with SAU #39 
(Amherst, Souhegan, Mont Vernon) and SAU #^0 (Milford) in developing 
this exciting project, and v/e will continue to report our progress to 
you as this project evolves. 

The Nineties is a time of educational reform and renewal, and we feel 
that the districts in SAU #63 are at the forefront of this change 
process. We welcome your suggestions, ideas and goals for the 
education of your children, and we thank you for your continued 
support and encouragement. 



Richard V. Lates 
Superintendent of Schools 



Francine E. Fullam 

Assistant Superintendent of Schools 



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WILTON SCHOOL DISTRICT 
ADMINISTRATOR'S REPORT 



During ere '952/93 school year, curriculum articulation continued 
to be emphasized. Several teachers worked during the sinner to 

:j,rzr.er define curriculum outcomes. Workshops in Whole language, 

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cur s e a f f . 

School activities offered during the year provided our students 
with many enriching experiences. Several music programs were 
cress n ted under the direction of cur Music Teacher, Mrs. N'eelcje 
Dunham. 7re Wilton Sparklers performed several times during the year 

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t n a ~ *" sue* °*c a s 

A en eater group was again crgarized under the direction of 
Mr. r.andlett, Mrs. Merrill and Mrs. Rcbbins. Students in our 
intermediate grades wrcce and presented the play, "With a Little Help 
frcm M v Friends " . We were al croud of e j r students' efforts. 

For che first eime ever, cur school was represented in the 
"Odyssey of the Mind Competition". Students from all grade levels 
were invited tc pa-cicipace in this exciting, mind challenging 
program. Many parents dedicated r.-nereus volunteer hours to work with 
the childner. and compete in the state competition. 

A z z z p e n a t i v e venture was undertaken by students in g n a d e six and 
representatives of the Fleet Bank. The Fleet Youth Leaders Program 
involved students in a community project developed by them under the 
guidance of Cheryl Burns and Margaret Praec. A new crosswalk 



— - .. a . . w c 



- v 



leaders and earned them seccn; 



n the s c a c e — w i c e c c m c e t i t "' c n 



A new drug and alcohol abuse program was offered for the first 
time to our sixth grade students. The "DARE Program'" was instructed 
by Mark Shultz zf the Mont Yemen Pel ice Department. Chief Shultz 
presented the nationally recognized program ever a period of sixteen 
w — e k s 

Cur Parent-Teacher Crganizaticn was again very active. 
Family-oriented programs were held throughout the year. Fund raising 
efforts supported numerous student field trips and assemblies. A new 
video camera was also cur chased for the school. 



Edmund T . H e f f e r n a n 
Principal 



SS 



WILTON TEACHING STAFF 1 993/94 










LAST NAME 


FIRST NAME 


DEGREE 


YEARS EXP SALARY 93 94 


POSITION 


AMENDOLARA 


ARLENE 


M 


15 


14,645 


GUIDANCE 


DUNHAM 


NEELTJE 


B 


4 


14,969 


MUSIC 


GENTES 


VIRGINIA 


B15 


24 


35,855 


GRADE 2 


GRELLA-SMITH 


DONNA 


M 





23,187 


SPECIAL EDUCATION 


HAMILTON 


CATHY B. 


B 


14 


31,793 


RESOURCE ROOM 


HEFFERNAN 


EDMUND 


M 




48,695 


PRINCIPAL 


HOWARD 


INGRID 


B 


15 


35,603 


NURSE 


KENNEDY 


REBECCA M. 


B 


5 


25,512 


GRADE 2 


LANGILLE 


CAROL ANN 


B 


26 


35,603 


GRADE 3 


MARGULIES 


MICHAEL 


B15 


28 


35,855 


GRADE 5 


MARTZ 


CAROL 


B 


9 


28,214 


GRADE 3 


MERRILL 


SOPHIE 


B 


10 


29,001 


GRADE 6 


MERRITHEW 


DIANE L 


MIS 


24 


22,119 


ART 


MITCHELL 


ALICE 


B 


6 


26,075 


GRADE 4 


MURPHY 


OLGA 


B15 


24 


35,855 


GRADE 1 


RANDLETT 


GARY 


B 


4 


24,949 


GRADE 6 


RESSEGUIE 


JODY 


B 


11 


29,789 


SPECIAL EDUCATION 


ROBBINS 


M. ELIZABETH 


B 


24 


35,603 


GRADE 4 


SOUSA 


MARY W. 


B15 


26 


35,855 


GRADE 5 


TOOMEY 


MARIE 


B 


18 


35,603 


READINESS 


TOWNE 


STEPHEN 


B 


3 


24,387 


PHYSICAL EDUCATION 


WATTS 


RHONDA 


B15 


17 


35,855 


GRADE 1 


WILTON SUPPORT STAFF 1 993/94 










LAST NAME 


FIRST NAME 


SALARY 


93 94 POSITION 




ARSENAULT 


VIRGINIA 


3,058 


AIDE - 


FRES 




BOSOWSKI 


MARLENA 


4,997 


SPED AIDE - FRES 




CAMPKIN 


ELIZABETH 


3,281 


AIDE - 


FRES 




CARTER 


TRACI 


3,888 


AIDE 


PRE-SCHOOL/FRES 




CASWELL 


ANN 


3,843 


SPED 


- AIDE PRE-SCHOOL/FRES 


CLEVELAND 


ROBYN-LEE 


8,744 


SPED 


- AIDE/FRES 




DUGGAN 


ELIZABETH 


14,123 


SECRETARY 




HAGGERTY 


DIANE 


3,969 


SPED 


- AIDE/FRES 




HARKLEROAD 


ANN 


8,536 


SPED 


- AIDE/FRES & LCS 




HUTCHINSON 


GRETCHEN 


3,382 


AIDE - 


FRES 




JOHNSON 


MICHELE 


8,744 


SPED 


- AIDE/FRES 




JOHNSON 


WILLIAM 


22,339 


CUSTODIAN 




LAURENT 


ELAINE 


3,321 


AIDE - 


FRES 




MCKENNEY 


JOHN 


3,510 


SPED 


- AIDE/FRES 




POPORES 


KATHLEEN 


6,480 


LIBRARY AIDE 




SIROIS 


MICHAEL 


20,134 


CUSTODIAN 





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WILTON SCHOOL DISTRICT HEALTH & DENTAL BENEFITS 1 993-94 



FIRST NAME 


LAST NAME 


HEALTH PLAN 


DIST. COST 


DENTAL PLAN 


DIST. COST 


ARLENE 


AMENDOLARA 


FLEX 


$ 400.00* 


N/A 


N/A 


NEELTJE 


DUNHAM 


FLEX 


$ 600.00* 


N/A 


N/A 


VIRGINIA 


GENTES 


MTHP - F 


$4103.10 


SINGLE 


$170.86 


DONNA 


GRELLA-SMITH 


MTHP-S 


$2026.20 


SINGLE 


$170.86 


CATHY 


HAMILTON 


FLEX 


$1000.00 


SINGLE , 


$170.86 


EDMUND 


HEFFERNAN 


FLEX 


$1000.00 


SINGLE 


$170.86 


INGRID 


HOWARD 


BC/BS - 2P 


$3198.69 


SINGLE 


$170.86 


REBECCA 


KENNEDY 


BC/BS - S 


$2132.52 


SINGLE 


$170.86 


CAROL 


LANGILLE 


BC/BS - S 


$2132.52 


SINGLE 


$170.86 


MICHAEL 


MARGULIES 


FLEX 


$1000.00 


SINGLE 


$170.86 


CAROL 


MARTZ 


FLEX 


$1000.00 


SINGLE 


$170.86 


SOPHIE 


MERRILL 


MTHP-F 


$4103.10 


SINGLE 


$170.86 


DIANE 


MERRITHEW 


FLEX 


$ 600.00* 


SINGLE 


$170.86 


ALICE 


MITCHELL 


BC/BS - S 


$2132.52 


SINGLE 


$170.86 


OLGA 


MURPHY 


BC/BS - 2P 


$3198.69 


SINGLE 


$170.86 


KAREN 


PATRICK 


MTHP-S 


$1013.10* 


SINGLE 


$ 85.43* 


GARY 


RANDLETT 


BC/BS - S 


$2132.52 


SINGLE 


$170.86 


JODY 


RESSEGUIE 


BC/BS - F 


$4318.29 


FAMILY 


$170.86 


ELIZABETH 


ROBBINS 


FLEX 


$1000.00 


SINGLE 


$170.86 


MARY 


SOUSA 


BC/BS - S 


$2132.52 


SINGLE 


$170.86 


MARIE 


TOOMEY 


BC/BS - 2P 


$3198.69 


SINGLE 


$170.86 


STEPHEN 


TOWNE 


BC/BS - S 


$2132.52 


SINGLE 


$170.86 


RHONDA 


WATTS 


BC/BS - S 


$2132.52 


SINGLE 


$170.86 


ELIZABETH 


DUGGAN 


FLEX 


$1000.00 


N/A 


N/A 


WILLIAM 


JOHNSON 


BC/BS - S 


$2132.52 


SINGLE 


$170.86 


MICHAEL 


SIROIS 


BC/BS - F 


$4318.29 


FAMILY 


$170.86 



NOT ON FULL TIME CONTRACT 



CONTRACT - 1 85 DAYS 



MEDICAL: 100% - SINGLE; 75% - 2 PERSON OR FAMILY 
FLEX - $1 000 OR PART TIME EQUIVALENT 

DENTAL 1 00% - SINGLE ($1 70.86) 



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ANNUAL SCHOOL HEALTH SERVICE REPORT 
WILTON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 
1992 - 1993 



Report of Local Medical Services: 
Pupils Examined 

Report of School Nurse - Teacher: 
Vision Tests 
Hearing Tests 
Inspections 
Heights & Weights 
First Aid 

Gastrostomy tube feedings 
Gastrostomy suctionings 
Blood Pressure screening 
Urinalysis 

Vaccinations and Communicable Diseases: 
Chicken Pox 
Pediculosis 
Scabies 
Ringworm 
Scarlet Fever 
Fifth Disease 

Defects Found by Medical Examination: 
Overweight 

Defects found by School Nurse - Teacher: 
Ear infections 
Vision 
Bronchitis 

Clinics and Special Referrals: 
Scoliosis Screening 

Home Visits 

Examining Physician: Dr. Owen Mathewson 



Number 
35 



300 

136 

15,000 

300 

7,065 

18 

20 

m 

38 



6 

n 
4 

3 

2 

40 



12 
14 

10 



48 
6 



Nurse conducted/attended: 
Health classes, readiness, grades 1-2 
Growth & Development, grades 4-6 
Chairperson of Regular Education Planning Team 



I would like to thank the parents who helped me with Pediculosis 
screenings during the school year. 



Submitted June, 1993 
Ingrid Howard, RN 
School Nurse 



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STATISTICS FOR SCHOOL YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 1993 
Wilton and Wilton-Lyndeborough Cooperative 
School Districts 







ENROLLMENT 










Preschool 


Readiness-6 


7-8 


9-12 


Boys 




6 


150 


42 


62 


Girls 




H 


150 


39 


77 


Total 




10 


300 


81 


139 


Average 


Membership 


10.5 


302.0 


81.2 


134.6 


Average 


Attendance 


8.8 


288.0 


76.1 


120.7 


Percent 


of Attendance 


83.6 


95.0 


94.0 


90.0 



ATTENDING SCHOOL ELSEWHERE 
(Based on Census Taken Fall 1993) 

Attending Schools Outside the District 2 

Attending Private Schools Outside District 9 

Attending Private Schools Within District 99 

Attending Parochial Schools Outside District 9 

WILTON CENSUS REPORT 
Fall 1993 
(Age 1 day to 18 years inclusive) 



Boys: 
456 



Girls 
466 



Total 
922 



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REPORT OF WILTON SCHOOL DISTRICT TREASURER 
Fiscal Year July 1, 1992 to June 30, 1993 



Cash on hand July 1, 1992 $ 914.94 

Received from Selectmen 1,222,950.00 

Advance on Next Year's Appropriation 5,000.00 

Revenue from State Sources 38,702.88 

Revenue From Federal Sources 1,786.86 

Received from Tuitions ^, 800. 00 

Received as Income from Trust Funds 2,996.01 

Received from all Other Sources 7,259.63 



TOTAL RECEIPTS $ 1 ,283,^95.38 

TOTAL AMOUNT AVAILABLE FOR FISCAL YEAR $ 1,284,410.32 

LESS SCHOOL BOARD ORDERS PAID $ 1,304,736.88 

BALANCE ON HAND JUNE 30, 1993 $ -20,326.56 

July 9, 1993 Lawrence A. Brown, Treasurer 

AUDITORS' CERTIFICATE 



This is to certify that we have examined the books, vouchers, bank 
statements, and other financial records of the treasurer of the 
Wilton School District of Wilton, New Hampshire of which the above 
is a true summary for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1 993 > and find 
them correct in all aspects. 



October 7, 1993 Barbara L. Putnam, Auditor 

Edna Bean, Auditor 



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FINANCIAL REPORT OF SCHOOL BOARD 

WILTON SCHOOL DISTRICT 
FISCAL YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 1993 
STATEMENT OF REVENUES 



UNRESERVED FUND BALANCE (7/1/92) $ -7,889.21 



1 000 REVENUE FROM LOCAL SOURCES 

1100 TAXES 

1121 CURRENT APPROPRIATION $1,222,950.00 



1300 TUITION 

1332 OTHER LEA'S WITHIN N H $4,800.00 



1 500 EARNINGS ON INVESTMENTS 

1510 INTEREST ON INVESTMENTS $1 ,738.35 



1 900 OTHER REVENUE FROM LOCAL SOURCES 

1910 RENTALS $4,126.24 

1920 TRUST FUNDS $2,996.01 

1990 OTHER LOCAL REVENUE $18.00 



3000 REVENUE FROM STATE SOURCES 

3100 UNRESTRICTED GRANTS-IN-AID 

3110 FOUNDATION AID $38,530.98 

3200 RESTRICTED GRANT-IN-AID 

3240 CATASTROPHIC AID $0.00 

3900 OTHER 

3910 GAS TAX REFUNDS $171.90 



TOTAL REVENUES $1,275,331.48 



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FINANCIAL REPORT OF SCHOOL BOARD 
WILTON SCHOOL DISTRICT 
FISCAL YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 1 993 

EXPENDITURES 1992 - 1993 



1000 INSTRUCTION 


1 1 00 REGULAR EDUCATION PROGRAMS 


112 


TEACHER SALARIES 


200 


EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 


440 


EQUIPMENT REPAIRS & MAINT 


610 


DESK SUPPLIES 


611 


PAPER SUPPLIES 


612 


TESTS 


630 


TEXTBOOKS 


631 


WORKBOOKS 


660 


COMPUTER SOFTWARE 


741 


ADDITIONAL EQUIPMENT 


742 


REPLACEMENT EQUIPMENT 


890 


MISCELLANEOUS 


1110-114 


TEACHER AIDE SALARIES 


200 


BENEFITS 



1 1 20-1 22 SUBSTITUTE SALARIES 

200 BENEFITS 

1 1 30-1 22 HOMEBOUND SALARIES 

200 BENEFITS 



1200 


SPECIAL EDUCATION PROGRAMS 




112 


SPED TEACHER SALARIES 




200 


EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 




440 


EQUIPMENT REPAIRS & MAINT 




610 


DESK SUPPLIES 




611 


PAPER SUPPLIES 




612 


TESTS 




630 


TEXTBOOKS 




631 


WORKBOOKS 




741 


ADDITIONAL EQUIPMENT 


1201 


-114 


SPED AIDE/TUTOR SALARIES 




200 


BENEFITS 



1 230 SPECIAL ED TESTING & THERAPY 

330 PSYCHOLOGICAL TESTING 

331 AUDIOLOGICAL TESTING 

334 PSYCHOLOGICAL THERAPY 

335 EDUCATIONAL EVALUATION 



$ 


474,657.00 


$ 


85,152.70 


$ 


222.50 


$ 


9,217.19 


$ 


3,861.91 


$ 


341 .64 


$ 


7,941 .86 


$ 


6,624.12 


$ 


711.44 


$ 


127.10 


$ 


640.50 


$ 


3,992.39 


$ 


6,500.27 


$ 


543.07 


$ 


18,987.06 


$ 


1,494.62 


$ 


5,852.00 


$ 


477.37 


$ 


93,347.78 


$ 


16,286.09 


$ 


90.00 


$ 


487.92 


$ 


281.12 


$ 


1 64.48 


$ 


404.90 


$ 


465.51 


$ 


993.08 


$ 


29,608.13 


$ 


2,427.77 


$ 


355.00 


$ 


651.25 


$ 


17,135.00 


$ 


272.42 



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1 290 SPECIAL EDUCATION TUITION 

561 PUBLIC - IN STATE $ 750.00 



2120 


GUIDANCE SERVICES 




113 


GUIDANCE SALARIES 




200 


BENEFITS 




370 


TESTING 




610 


SUPPLIES 




612 


TESTS 


2130 


HEALTH SERVICES 


2134-113 


NURSES SALARIES 




200 


BENEFITS 




330 


ACADEMIC PHYSICALS 




610 


SUPPLIES 




630 


TEXTBOOKS 




890 


MISCELLANEOUS 



2200 SUPPORT SERVICES INSTRUCTIONAL STAFF 
221 IMPROVEMENT OF INST'L STAFF 

270 COURSE REIMBURSEMENT 

290 STAFF DEVELOPMENT 

2220 EDUCATION MEDIA SERVICES 

2221 -1 1 4 LIBRARY AIDE SALARY 

200 BENEFITS 

2222-440 EQUIPMENT REPAIRS & MAINT. 

453 RENTAL OF FILMS 

610 SUPPLIES 

630 LIBRARY BOOKS 

640 MAGAZINES & PERIODICALS 

2223-61 AUDIO VISUAL SUPPLIES 

742 REPLACEMENT EQUIPMENT 

2300 SUPPORT SERVICES - ADMINISTRATION 
2310 SCHOOL BOARD SERVICES 
23 1 0-370 CENSUS ENUMERATOR 

380 SCHOOL BOARD MEMBERS 

381 CLERK 

382 TREASURER 

383 SUPERVISOR & BALLOT CLERKS 

384 MODERATOR 

385 AUDITORS 
390 LEGAL FEES 

521 S. B. LIABILITY INSURANCE 

532 POSTAGE 

610 SUPPLIES 

810 DUES 

890 MI-SCELLANEOUS 

S16 



$ 


13,666.00 


$ 


1,557.24 


$ 


1,256.20 


$ 


614.97 


$ 


337.20 


$ 


33,041.00 


$ 


7,475.19 


$ 


396.00 


$ 


541.38 


$ 


0.00 


$ 


50.00 



$ 
$ 


545.00 
1,471.71 


$ 
$ 


6,480.00 
534.78 


$ 
$ 
$ 
$ 
$ 


110.00 

282.03 

73.28 

1,983.62 

218.87 


$ 
$ 


42.30 
374.52 



$ 


645.90 


$ 


322.95 


$ 


26.91 


$ 


322.96 


$ 


150.00 


$ 


21.53 


$ 


107.65 


$ 


11,192.58 


$ 


2,218.00 


$ 


204.97 


$ 


196.90 


$ 


1,803.01 


$ 


1,297.71 



2320 OFFICE OF THE SUFT. OF SCHOOLS 
2320-351 SCHOOL ADM UNIT EXPENSES 

241 OFFICE OF THE PRINCIPAL 
241 0-1 1 1 PRINCIPAL SALARIES 



200 


BENEFITS 


440 


EQUIPMENT REPAIRS & MAINT. 


531 


TELEPHONE 


532 


POSTAGE 


550 


PRINTING 


580 


TRAVEL 


610 


SUPPLIES 


660 


COMPUTER SOFTWARE 


742 


REPLACEMENT EQUIPMENT 


810 


ADM. DUES 


2411-115 


SECRETARIAL SALARIES 


200 


BENEFITS 


2500 SUPPORT SERVICES - BUSINESS 


2540-117 


CUSTODIAL SALARIES 


200 


BENEFITS 


430 


CLEANING SERVICE 


431 


TRASH REMOVAL 


432 


SNOW REMOVAL 


440 


EQUIPMENT REPAIRS & MAINT. 


441 


MAINTENANCE OF GROUNDS 


442 


BUILDING REPAIRS & MAINT. 


520 


BUILDING INSURANCE 


610 


CUSTODIAL SUPPLIES 


652 


OIL 


653 


ELECTRICITY 


655 


OUTDOOR LIGHTING 


656 


WATER 


657 


SEWER 


741 


ADDITIONAL EQUIPMENT 


742 


REPLACEMENT EQUIPMENT 


890 


MISCELLANEOUS 



2550 PUPIL TRANSPORTATION SERVICES 
2552-510 STUDENT TRANSPORTATION 

2553-511 SPEDTRANSP PUBLIC IN-STATE 

512 OUT-OF-STATE 

513 PRIVATE 

2600 SUPPORT SERVICES - MANAGERIAL 
2620-270 CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT 
330 SPED ADMIN 



$ 


42,371.00 


$ 


47,975.00 


$ 


6,166.55 


$ 


1,743.59 


$ 


1,691.30 


$ 


390.54 


$ 


944.30 


$ 


119.30 


$ 


1,025.30 


$ 


10.00 


$ 


1,620.19 


$ 


380.00 


$ 


14,476.43 


$ 


2,291.07 


$ 


44,500.61 


$ 


8,896.01 


$ 


2,069.75 


$ 


1,870.92 


$ 


400.00 


$ 


2,260.24 


$ 


309.94 


$ 


37,230.93 


$ 


5,541.00 


$ 


5,096.91 


$ 


20,697.12 


$ 


12,051.25 


$ 


1,022.07 


$ 


7,680.00 


$ 


7,905.00 


$ 


399.98 


$ 


2,523.85 


$ 


289.30 


$ 


55,700.00 


$ 


19,958.00 


$ 


0.00 


$ 


0.00 


$ 


1,425.33 


$ 


47,715.00 



S17 



2900 OTHER SUPPORT SERVICES 

226 ACCRUED LIABILITY $ 940.12 

7000-890 IN-AND-OUT ITEMS $ 5,563.53 

TOTAL EXPENDITURES $ 1,293,878.98 



S18 



STATEMENT OF ANALYSIS OF CHANGES IN FUND EQUITY 
WILTON SCHOOL DISTRICT 
FOR THE YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 1993 



GENERAL 



SPECIAL 
REVENUE 



FOOD 
SERVICE 



FUND EQUITY, JULY 1, 1992 



-7,889.21 



1,334.26 



ADDITION: 
REVENUE 



1,275,331.48 5,563.53 22,309.53 



DELETIONS: 

EXPENDITURES 



1,288,315.45 



5,563.53 22,696.62 



FUND EQUITY, JUNE 30, 1993 



-20,873.18 



0.00 



947.17 



WILTON SCHOOL DISTRICT BALANCE SHEET 
FOR THE YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 1 993 



ASSETS 



GENERAL 



SPECIAL 
REVENUE 



FOOD 
SERVICE 



CURRENT ASSETS 

CASH 

INTERFUND RECEIVABLES 

INTERGOVERNMENTAL RECEIVABLES 

OTHER CURRENT ASSETS 



0.00 
4,453.38 



4,563.53 



0.00 

1,787.20 
5.00 



TOTAL ASSETS 


4,453.38 


4,563.53 


1,792.20 


LIABILITIES 








INTERFUND PAYABLES 




4,453.38 




INTERGOVERNMENTAL PAYABLES 




110.15 




OTHER PAYABLES 


20,326.56 




845.03 


DEFERRED REVENUES 


5,000.00 






UNRESERVED FUND BALANCE 


-20,873.18 




947.1 7 


TOTAL LIABILITY & FUND EQUIT 


4,453.38 


4,563.53 


1,792.20 



519 



February 3, 1994 



V ILTON SCHOOL DISTRICT 
FLORENCE RfMEOUT ELEM. SCHOOL 



EXPENDED } BUDGETED | BUDGETED 
|9g2 ^ 9 ™ | f99 2-93'T "l99i5T 



PRO POSAL 
[ i 9 94-9S 



1100 REGULAR ED PROGRAMS 

TT00-Tl2 TEACHER SALARIES 

211 MEDICAL INS. 

"212 -" " DENTAL INS, " 

21*5 "LIFE INS "' 

222 mi Z^Itj^e^^lI 

imii 2Jsdr' Zms^ssssL. 

TOTAL 



474657.00[ 

I..?H9.:!?,U 
""342.00? 



4746571 
'"304421' 

ZIZHL 

'""343!' 



431872} 
"""37 786 f 



481310 
38292 



2690j 
♦..—• . 

343; 



3040 
""380 



1556.31 j 

363iT.26T 
' -1809.64? 



2943: 

94461 

565ljT 

5696; 



2988; 

'isiir 

«"• •>*■ 

36863; 
""2O23T 



1959 
TT2T5 
36820 

1810 



559809.70! 562574; 



574154; 



574326 



1 1 00-440 EQUIPMENT REPAIRS & MA INT. 

610 DESK SUPPLgS 

' 61 T PAPER SUPPUES 

630 "TEXTBOOKS'" 

631 viDRKBOOKS"' "" 

"660 COMPUTER SOFTWARE 

74T ADPITIONALEQUIPMENT 
^42_J£epL^^ 
'""890 MISCELLANEOUS 



222.50} 

5861.?lT 
341~64T 



7941.861 
"6624J2]' 
"" 71 1 .44} 
"j27viof 
640.501 



700} 
9750T 
5050}' 
"'700|' 
6630?" 



700} 
9667;' 



700 
T0932 



SIOCH 

""70'bT 



4350 
""700 



73771 

750? 

'"240}' 

""230T 



4615} 
7233T 



6350 



759} 

of 



3400! 



4150! 



300 
J885 

■4T5O 



TOTAL 



33680.65; 



34327! 



34354! 



33797 



1 1 10-114 TEACHER AIDE SALARIES 
214 WORKERS' COMP~ 



230 
"260 



social security 

'unemployment'"' 



6500.27^ 

" 17.09: 

"498fllT 
2T97T 



7290} 
''"45}' 

ZsPJl 

"""87! 



J 4824} 

ZE& 

"7126}' 

1T2T 



15012 



21 
7743 
28 



TOTAL 



7043.34! 



U 20 "! 22 - SUBSTITUTE SALARIES 

"214 " "^^^^^l^^L 

250 "SOC JAL SECURIT Y 

" 260 ZZ"y^i5E^Bfyi.." 

TOTAL 



18987.06! 
« •♦• 

15.95} 

"j452\54| 

26.1 sf 

'2043r68r 



79801 

"7*000?" 
■ ■••♦• 

43} 

""535T 

84? 

'76621' 



16152! 



16209 



7000; 

gist 

""'85;' 
••«~ *• 

76621' 



9000 
18 

'688 

""27 

Z?zlf 

PAGEf 



S20 



February 3, 1994 



VILTON SCHOOL DISTRICT 




EXPENDED i BUDGETED ; BUDGETED j PROPOSAL 


FLORENCE RIDEOUT ELEM. SCHOOL 




1 992-93 ? 


1992-93 1 


1993-94 | 


1994-95 










: 








i 








1100 REGULAR ED PROGRAMS 




! 




: 




1 1 30- 1 22 HOMEBOUND S AL AR IES 




5852 .00 j 


7200! 


5000! 


5000 
21 


214 WORKERS' COMP. 


! 


17.09J 

433.021 

27.261 


45! 

551! 

84; 


31! 

383! 

63; 


230 SOCIAL SECURITY 
260 UNEMPLOYMENT 


383 
23 














TOTAL 




6329.37! 


7830! 


5477! 


5432 












644997 










637799 j 


REGULAR ED. PROGRAM TOTALS 




627344.74; 


620923 j 












• 






! 








1200 SPECIAL ED PROGRAMS 


1200-112 SPED TEACHER SALARIES 




93347.78! 


100604! 


89720! 


85819 


211 MEDICAL INS. 




6546.95! 


7464! 


8348! 


S297 


212 DENTAL INS. 




275.48! 


630! 


531! 


600 


213 LIFE INS 




64.30! 


77; 


66! 


66 


214 WORKERS' COMP. 




232.62! 


624! 


556! 


291 


222 RETIREMENT 




1657.80"! 


1743! 


1785! 
6894! 


2000 
6565 


230 SOCIAL SECURITY 




7123.99! 


7696! 


260 UNEMPLOYMENT 




384.45! 


1207! 


422! 


335 














TOTAL 




109633.87! 


120045! 


108322! 


1 04023 


























1 200-440 EOU IPMENT REP A IRS & M A INT 




90.00! 


300! 


350! 


400 


610 DESK SUPPLIES 




487.92! 


500! 


600! 


600 


611 PAPER SUPPLIES 




281.12! 


300! 


300! 


400 


612 TESTS 


i 


164.43; 


200; 


200; 


200 


630 TEXTBOOKS 




404.90! 


500! 


600! 


600 


631 WORKBOOKS 




465.51! 


1000! 


600! 


1000 


660 SOFTWARE 




0.00! 


Oi 


0! 





741 ADD IT ION AL EOU IPMENT 




993.08! 


2000! 


500! 





742 REPLACEMENT EQUIPMENT 




0.00! 


0! 


0; 


500 
500 


890 MISCELLANEOUS 




0.00! 


1000! 


1000! 




! 










TOTAL 




2887.01! 


5800! 


4150! 


4200 




















j 


| 
















i 

5 : 5 : 








i 


i 


PAGE 2 



S21 



February 3, 1994 



VILTON SCHOOL DISTRICT j i EXPENDED I BUDGETED j BUDGETED [PROPOSAL 


FLORENCE RIDEOUT ELEM. SCHOOL 1992-93 j 1992-93 | 1993-94 j 1994-95 

1200 SPECIAL ED PROGRAMS 

1 20 1 - 1 1 4 SPED A IDE /TUTOR S AL AR IES 29608 . 1 3 j 28863 j 26070 j 34492 

214 WORKERS' COMP. 66.06J 179j 162j 83 
230 SOCIAL SECURITY 2250.02'i 2208J 1994'i 2639 
260 UNEMPLOYMENT 111.691 346 j 126j 112 

TOTAL 32035.901 31596! 283521 37326 


SPECIAL EDUCATION PROGRAM TOTAL; 144556.781 157441! 140824! 145549 


1220 SPED PRE SCHOOL PROGRAM 

1220-112 SPED PRE SCHOOL SALARY j 0.00! Oj 12171! 12711 

21 1 MEDICAL INS. O.OOj Oj 500j 500 

212 DENTAL INS. O.OOi Oj 891 100 

213 LIFE INS j 0.00! Oj 11 j 11 

214 WORKERS' COMP. O.OOj Oj 75! 42 


222 RETIREMENT O.OOj Oj Oj 


230 SOCIAL SECURITY O.OOj Oj 931 ! 973 
260 UNEMPLOYMENT O.OOj Oj 152j 56 


: ill 


TOTAL O.OOj Oj 13929J 14393 

1220-610 DESK SUPPLIES O.OOj Oj 500 j 500 

611 PAPER SUPPLIES O.OOj Oj 300j 300 

612 "TESTS O.OOj Oj 340j 90 
631 WORKBOOKS O.OOj Oj 300 j 
741 NEW EQUIPMENT O.OOj Oj 500; 500 

TOTAL O.OOj Oj 1940J 1390 


1221-114 PRESCHOOL A IDE SAL ARIES O.OOj Oj 7176] 3859 
21 i. WORKERS' COMP. 0.00|_ 0} _i 5 j.„ 11 

'""2307 _soc [ iAL'si^||Ty [ ""qj6j7 6!" ' 54 ,?jl 295 

260 UNEMPLOYMENT""' ' 0~Q0f 6f" 9oT 19 

TOTAL O.OOj Oj 7860J 4184 


j ill 
SPED PRE SCHOOL PROGRAM TOTALS j O.OOj Oj 23729 j 19967 


PAGE 3 



S22 



February Z, 1994 



VfLTON SCHOOL DISTRICT 



EXPENDED \ BUDGETED .i^yp^ETED^l PROPOSAL^ 



FLORENCE R1DEOUT ELEM. SCHOOL 



1230 sfJSLZSIESAJSSSJf!!. 

I^IS^r^YmSjOOlcTlTESTlNOl 



355.00! 
651.25! 



1500! 



1500} 
""400? 



1500 
""460 



33 1 AUD lOLOG jCAJLJNgJJWG 



2600; 

■14460!' 

♦■ 

Oj 



17135 : 0q} 
27242! 



18000! 
— ggj- 



6810 
2000 



TOTAL 



18413.67! 



18500! 



24060! 



SPED TESTING & THERAPY TOTALS i 18413.67; 



18500 



24060 ! 



1290 SPECIAL EDUCATE 

j^^^r^c^TTISte'^ 

569 PRJVAtT" 



750.00! 



0.00! 

bToof 



Oj 

...... 

Oj 



0! 
Oj 



0! 



10710 
10710 



4000 

r 



1 



TOTAL 



750.00! 



Oj 



0! 



4002 



SPECIAL EDUCATION TUITION TOTALS 



750.00 



4002 



1400 OTHER INSTR PROGRAMS 

«____„« 



0.00! 



Oj 



0! 



TOTAL 



0.00! 



01 



0! 
*. 

♦• 

0! 





6 



OTHER INSTR PROGRAMS TOTALS 



0.00 



21 20 GUIDANCE SERVICES 

212*6-113"" ""GuiDANCE"s"AL"A"R"iE"s 
_ MEDICAUNsT 



1 3666.00] 

400!66T 



1 3666] 

400T 



1 4645] 

400T 



21968 
" 600 



2J2 
"2T3 

Hi 

'222 

230" 

*260 



DENTAL INS. 
WORKERS' COMPT 

retirement"" 



0.00; 

olooT 

ZllJIf 

3'o.oo'r 

"7 076 .08}' 
""'4T27T 

1522324T 



721 
♦• 

22} 

13.51 
of 

""1045}' 

J64[ 
T5454T 



71? 
• ♦• 

9 i 
— -f 

♦• 

0} 

"llibT 



,?.9.!r.I A .!:..?§£y. R .!IL 
unemployment 



TOTAL 



83j 



164191 



13 

""40 



""50 

"''"24472 
PAGE? 



S23 



February 3, 1994 



VILTON SCHOOL DISTRICT 




EXPENDED j BUDGETED j BUDGETED j PROPOSAL 


FLORENCE RIDEOUT ELEM. SCHOOL 




1 992-93 | 


1992-93 j 


1993-94 j 1! 


?94-95 






















2 1 20 GU ID ANCE SER V ICES 












2120-370 


TESTING 




1256.20! 


1100! 


1 3001 

'fob"?'" 


1300 

150 


610 


SUPPLIES 




614.971 


550! 


612 


TESTS 




337.20! 


250! 


250! 


250 


630 


TEXTBOOKS 




0.00! 


0! 


01 





741 


ADDITIONAL EQUIPMENT 




Q.OOj 


0! 


170! 





















TOTAL 




2208.37! 


1900! 


1 820! 


1700 














n 












! 




GUIDANCE SERVICES TOTALS 




17431.61 | 


1 7354 ! 


18239! " 


26172 


























j 




2130 HEALTH SERVICES 












2134-113 


NURSES SALARIES 




33041 .OOj 


33041! 


35603; 


35603 


211 


MEDICAL INS. 




3972.33! 


4300! 


5107! 


4967 


212 


DENTAL INS. 




156.861 


180! 


177! 


200 


213 


LIFE INSURANCE 




21 .60! 


22! 


22! 


22 


214 


WORKERS' COMP. 




75.17! 


205! 


221j 


93 


222 


RETIREMENT 




657.49! 


658! 


70S! 


830 


230 


SOCIAL SECURITY 




2466.57! 


2523! 


2724! 


2724 


260 


UNEMPLOYMENT 




125.17! 


396! 


145! 


126 












: 






TOTAL 




40516.19] 


41330! 


44707! 


44565 












: 


















2134-330 


ACADEMIC PHYSICALS 




396.00! 


420! 


475! 
01 


600 



440 


EQUIPMENT REPAIRS & MA INT 




0.00! 


0! 


580 


TRAVEL 




0.00! 


100! 


1001 


100 


610 


SUPPLIES 


541.38! 


450! 


4901 


700 


630 


TEXTBOOKS 




O.OOj 


0] 


40! 





741 


ADDITIONAL EQUIPMENT 




0.00! 


61 


0| 





742 


REPLACEMENT EQUIPMENT 




O.OOj 


Oj 


300! 





890 


MISCELLANEOUS 




50.001 


50! 


85! 


100 












j 


1500 
46065 




TOTAL 




987.38! 


1020! 


1490! 






! 


: 


1 


HEALTH SERVICES TOTALS 




41503.57! 


42350 j 


46197! 










| 


< 























! 
















PAGE 5 



S.24 



February 3, 1994 



VILTON SCHOOL DISTRICT 




EXPENDED j BUDGETED j BUDGETED [PROPOSAL 


FLORENCE RIDEOUT ELEM. SCHOOL 




1992-93 j 1992-93 j 1993-94 j 


1 994-95 












2149 ASSOCIATE PSYCHOLOGIST 




i 


: : 




2149-1 14 ASSOC. PSYCHOLOGIST SALARY 


■ 


0.00: 


oi oi 


9000 


214 WORKERS' COMP. 


I 


o.ooi 


oi oi 


17 


230 SOCIAL SECURITY 
260 UNEMPLOYMENT 




• 
► ♦ 

OiO 

PiP 

: 


oi oi 
oi oi 


687 
26 








i j 




TOTAL 




o.ooi 


oi oi 


9730 












2149-530 TRAVEL 


i 


o.ooi 


oi oi 


50 


610 SUPPLIES 




0.00; 


oi oi 


300 








oi oi 




TOTAL 




o.ooi 


350 


ASSOCIATE PSYCHOLOGIST TOTAL 




o.ooi 


oi oi 


10080 










2400 


2210 IMPROVEMENT OF INST'L STAFF 




17501 2400! 


221 0-270 COURSE REIMBURSEMENT 




545 .00 j 


290 STAFF DEVELOPMENT 


j 


1471.71; 


1750J 1600; 


1600 


320 ACCOUNTABILITY 




o.ooi 


oi oi 





640 PROFESSIONAL BOOKS & SUBSCj 


o.ooi 


oi oi 









t 


TOTAL 




2016.711 


3500! 4000! 


4000 












IMPROVEMENT OF INST'L TOTALS 




2016.71 j 


3500 ! 4000 i 


4000 




j 








2220 EDUCATIONAL MEDIA SERVICES 




: : 




2221-114 LIBRARY AIDE SALARY 




6480 .00 1 


6480 j 6610! 


6696 


214 WORKERS' COMP. 




15.951 


40! 41! 


20 


230 SOCIAL SECURITY 




495.721 


496! 506! 


512 
"' 24 

"'"7252 

'260 


260 UNEMPLOYMENT 


j 


23.11! 


78! 83! 






! 


: i 


TOTAL 


j 


7014.781 


7094] JSJ21 .. 
200! 200! 


2222-440 EQU 1PMENT REP A IRS & M A INT . 


■ 


110.001 


453 RENTAL OF FILMS 


5 


282.031 


300! 300| 


300 


610 SUPPLIES 


i 

i 


73.23! 


200! 200! 


470 


630 LIBRARY BOOKS 


1983.62! 


2000 I 2000! 


2000 


640 M AG AZ INES & PER IOD IC ALS 


1 


213.37! 


270! 300! 


300 


74 1 ADD IT ION AL EQU IPMENT 




o.ooi 


oi oi 





742 REPLACEMENT EQUIPMENT 




o.ooi 


oi 0! 


245 




| 






TOTAL 


: 


2667 .80 i 


2970! 3000! 


3515 
PAGE 6 






s 





S25 



February 3, 1994 



VILTOH SCHOOL DISTRICT 


EXPENDED BUDGETED BUDGETED PROPOSAL 


FLORENCE RIDEOUT ELEM. SCHOOL 


1 992-93 


1992-93 j 


1993-94 


1994-95 j 








■ 














2220 EDUCATIONAL MEDIA SERVICES j 










2223-6 1 MD 10 V !SU AL SUPPLES 


42 3: 


200] 


3C2; 


300 


741 ADDITIONAL EQUIPMENT 


: oof 


: 


2 : : 


: 


742 REPLACEMENT EQUIPMENT 


37*32 


5:: 


900 


300 


332 M1SCE-L.ANE0US 


c ;: 


of 


0; 







. 








TOTAL 


*16 32 


TOG 


302; 


300 








; 










: 




EDUCATIONAL MEDIA SERV. TOTALS 


10099.40 


1 0764 | 


1 0840 | 


11367 










" 












2310 SCHOOL BOARD SERVICES 










23 '0-370 CENSUS ENUMERATOR 


E-: -; 


352; 


&5C 


350 


3S0 SCHOOL BOARD MEMBERS 


122 .95! 


325 1 


325; 


325 


331 CLERK 


26 S • 


27 1 


27; 


27 


532 TRS ASURER 


322 96 


3:: 


325; 


32* 


333 SUPERVISOR & BALLOT CLERKS j 


is ; : : 


ss 


IOC 


150 


334 MODERATOR 


21 33 


22; 


22; 


22 


333 AUDITORS 


' 1" 33; 


270i 


270; 


200 


330 LEGAL FEES 


I11S2J58J 


7000! 


3522 


5000 


35' SPECIAL POLICE 


; :: 


Of 


0= 





320 TREASURER'S BOND 


: :: 


of 


01 





321 3. B. LIABILITY INSURANCE 


12 3 DG 


1300: 


1300; 


2213 


332 ^CS'AOE 


204 t_ 


::: 


222 


205 


3' 2 S^ 5 " 5 - EE 


I96SG 


-:: 


-:: 


200 


310 DUES 


323 : 


•3C3; 


■303^ 


•305 


S9C MISCELLANEOUS 


1297.711 


::: 


1D22 


1300 












TOTAL 


1851 1.07! 


13762 


10224 


12427 














2320 OFFICE OF SUPT. OF SCHOOLS j 










2320-35 1 SCHOOL ADM UNIT EXPENSES 


42371 .00! 


42" 


i;>' 


45833 












~:~al 


42371.00i 


42371; 


43?- 


-5333 








! 










j 




GENERAL ADM. SERVICES TOTALS 


60882.07: 


56133; 


54165; 


58260 






























PAGE 7 



fir 



February 3, 1994 



VILTON SCHOOL DISTRICT 
FLORENCE RIDEOUT ELEM. SCHOOL 




EXPENDED [BUDGETED j BUDGETED [PROPOSAL J 
1992-93 j 1992-93 I 1993-94 j 1994-95 












j 


— 














2410 

2410-111 


FFICE OF THE PRINCIPAL 


j 


47975.00! 








PRINCIPAL SALARIES 


47975! 


48695! 


50521 


211 


MEDICAL INS. 




1000.00; 


1000! 


1000! 

..JUL 

22T 

302! 


1000 
200 
201 

136 


212 


DENTAL INS. 




131.80! 


180! 


213 
214 


LIFE INSURANCE 
WORKERS' COMP. 




21 .60j 
109.32! 


22! 
297! 


222 

230 
260 


RETIREMENT 
SOCIAL SECURITY 
UNEMPLOYMENT 




974.62! 

3746.70! 

182.51! 


955! 

3670! 

576! 


969! 

3725! 

209! 


1177 
3865 


• 183 


















TOTAL 




54141.55! 


54675! 


55099! 


57283 







2410-440 


EQUIPMENT REPAIRS & MA INT 




1743.59! 


1750! 


1750; 


1750 


531 


TELEPHONE 




1691.30! 


1700! 


1800! 


1800 


532 


POSTAGE 


390.54! 


500! 


500! 


500 


550 


PRINTING 




944.30! 


775! 


825! 


900 


580 


TRAVEL /CONFERENCES 




119.30! 


500! 


500! 


500 


610 


SUPPLIES 




1025.30! 


1300! 


1400! 


1580 


660 


COMPUTER SOFTWARE 




10.00! 


50! 


55! 
0! 


200 



741 


ADDITIONAL EQUIPMENT 




0.00! 


0! 


742 
810 


REPLACEMENT EQUIPMENT 




1620.19! 


910! 


200? 


1700 


ADM. DUES 




380.00! 


385! 


380! 


410 


















TOTAL 




7924.52! 


7870! 


7410! 


9340 


2411-115 


SECRETARIAL SALARIES 




14476.43! 


13846! 


14123! 


14553 


211 


MEDICAL INS. 


1000.00! 


1000! 


1000! 


1000 


212 
213 


DENTAL INS. 
LIFE INSURANCE 




0.00! 
21 .60! 


180! 
22! 


177! 


200 


22! 


44 


214 


WORKERS' COMP. 




31 .89! 


86! 


88 j 


40 


230 


SOCIAL SECURITY 


•; 


1183.93! 


1059! 


1080! 
77! 


1113 
54 


260 


UNEMPLOYMENT 


i 


53 .65! 


166! 










{ 


j 






TOTAL 


j 


16767.50! 


16359! 


16567! 


17004 








i 


: 




2490-890 


ASSEMBLY EXPENSES 




O.OOj 


0! 


0! 











■ 




TOTAL 




O.OOj 


Oj 


0! 











j 






SCHOOL ADM. EXPENSES TOTALS 


I 


78833.57 j 


78904 ! 


79076 ! 


83627 








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February Z, 1994 



VILTON SCHOOL DISTRICT 



EXPENDED I BUDGETED [BUDGETED [PROPOSAL 



FLORENCE RIDEOUT ELEM. SCHOOL 



1992-93 [ 1992-93 j 1993-94 { 1994-95 



2540 OPERATION MAINT. OF PLANT 

211 MEDICAL INS*! 



44500.61} 



41641] 

""STTSf 



445731 
7259T 



45730 



7420 



212 



DENTAL INS. _ 

I7fe7nsurance' 



219.78} 

TJmoT 



360! 
♦• 

44! 



354[ 
♦• 

44! 



400 



88 



214 

236" 

"556" 



workers' xomp. 
'unemployment'"'' 



S67.67] 
159261' 



J536] 
3T86T 



16451 
34T6T 



1084 



3502 



500! 



257! 



160 



TOTAL 



53396.62! 



49333 [ 



57542! 



53434 



2540-430 
43T 



'tr'as'hremoval'''' 



2069.75^ 



2000! 



0] 
T55bT 




"i860 



432 SNOW REMOVAL 400.00} 300! 300} 400 

440 EOuTpMENT^^ 226024! ITOoT 1740} 2075 



if^L^S£SSS^ 309.94} 500} 500] 500 

442 BUILD ING REP AIRS & M 'aINT ".'"""! 37230 !93! 387581 299121 3 1687 



520 BUILDING INSURANCE 
610 CUSTODIAL"sUPPLiEs' 



5541 .00| 



6300] 
4000!' 



6000] 
4606T 



6000 
'4060 



651 
_. 



GAS 

oil"" 



0.00] 

■26697T12T 



0} 

T2000I 



0] 

75556T 




75556" 



653 electricity 
"655 6uto6orTj55tTn3" 



12051.25] 
1022.07!' 



11700] 
956T 



1 2760] 

""ToooT 



12760 
....... 



656 
'657* 



WATER 
SEWER™ 



7680.00] 



5320} 
7905! 



5890] 
7905T 



7680 
7905 



741 ADDITIONAL EQUIPMENT 
890 MlsCEirANEOUS"" 



399.98] 

miiiil 

""289"3oT 



500] 
2550T 

ioof 



9] 

2850! 
~ ♦■ 

oi 





2015 



TOTAL 



107348.26; 



96183! 



90407 



93907 



OPERATION MAINT. PLANT TOTALS j 160744.88 



1 45566 



1 47949 



152341 



2550 PUPILI^M^f??!*™!!! 1 . 

2552-5lo~STO 



TOTAL 



55700.00! 



55700.00! 



55700! 



55700! 



63450! 



63450! 



63450 



S28 



February 3, 1994 



VILTON SCHOOL DISTRICT 




EXPEHDED | BUDGETED j BUDGETED PROPOSAL 


FLORENCE RIDEOUT ELEM. SCHOOL 




1992-93 I 1992-93 j 


1993-94 | 


1 994-95 


















j 


! 


! 




2530 PUPIL TRANSPORTATION 






i 






2553-511 SPEDTRANSP PUBLIC IN-STATE 




19958.00! 


18000! 


18000: 


28000 


512 OUT OF STATE 


{ 


0.00! 


0! 


Oj 


1 


513 PRIVATE 




0.00! 


0! 


0! 


1 














TOTAL 


s 


19958.00! 


18000! 


18000! 


28002 














2554-510 FIELD TRIP TRANSPORTATION 


...... 


0.00! 


0! 


0! 













TOTAL 




0.00! 


Oj 


Oj 

















PUPIL TRANS. SERVICES TOTALS 




75658.00! 


73700 j 


81450! 


91452 






































2620 PLANNING, RESEARCH 












DEVELOPMENT & EVALUATION SVCSj 










2620-270 CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT 




1425.33! 


1000! 


1000! 


1000 
58144 


330 SPED ADMIN 




47715.00! 


47715! 


51322! 








j 


| 




TOTAL 




49140.331 


48715! 


52322! 


59144 










PLANNING, ETC SERVICES TOTALS 




49140.33! 


48715! 


52322 ! 


59144 
























- — 


2630 INFORMATION SERVICES 










2630-580 TRAVEL & CONFERENCES 




0.00! 


0! 


0! 

















TOTAL 




0.00!' 


Oj 


0! 

















INFORMATION SERVICES TOTALS 




0.00 j 


Oj 


Oj 





























2900 RETIREMENT SERVICES 












2900-224 RET IREEE'S RETIREMENT 




0.00! 


Oj 


o! 





226 ACCRUED LIABILITY 


! 


940.12! 


1520! 


1520! 

















TOTAL 




940.12! 


1520! 


1520! 











< 


i 


~o 


RETIREMENT SERVICES TOTALS 




940.12! 


1 520 | 


1 520 j 






















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S29 



February 3, 1994 



VILTON SCHOOL DISTRICT I EXPENDED j BUDGETED j BUDGETED PROPOSAL 
FLORENCE RIDEOUT ELEM. SCHOOL 1992-93 j 1992-93 | 1993-94 j 1994-95 

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5 
1 


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4200-710 SITES 

4500-451 RENTAL OF LAND&. BUILDINGS 

4600-460 BUILDING CONSTRUCTION 

Ac^uismqN 

"total' ' '"~ 

ACQ. &T0NSTRUCTm 


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01 
......................... 


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: 





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..................................... 


6000 FUND TRANSFERS 

6500-880* SCHOOL LUNCH - FEDFUNDS 
65 1 0-880 „... D JH.:.. F £NJ>S. 


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5563.55J 

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556T53p 


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REFUND OF EXPENDITURES TOTALS 


"J" 


556J3.53^ 
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......... „.......~..~„+......... 


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sToQ DEBT SBRVTCES*"' 
51 00-830 PRINCIPAL OF DEBT 
840 ff(!!!^!!^S!i^f„ m „ 


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: 


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MEET SCHOOL BOARD'S BUDGET 


1 I~~ f 

nr j t 

11293878.981 1 277870 f 

j 


1 

1 

"l32467bT 1370233 


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S30 



WILTON REVENUES 1994-1995 



REVENUE 



1000 
1300 



1700 



1900 



ACTUAL 
92-93 



REVENUE FROM LOCAL SOURCES 
TUITION 

1310 SPECIAL EDUCATION TUITION 
1500 EARNINGS ON INVESTMENTS 
1510 BANK INTEREST 
PUPIL ACTIVITIES 
1719 OTHER 

OTHER REVENUE FROM LOCAL SOURCES 
1920 TRUST FUNDS 
1910 RENTALS 



EST. 
92-93 



EST. 
93-94 



EST. 
94-95 



4800 


4500 




4500 


1738 


2890 


2800 


1738 


18 










2996 


3000 


3000 


2996 


4126 


3000 


3000 


4000 



TOTAL LOCAL REVENUE 



13678 



13390 



8800 



13234 



3000 REVENUE FROM STATE SOURCES 
3100 UNRESTRICTED GRANTS-IN-AID 
3110 FOUNDATION AID 
3190 OTHER-ROAD TOLL 
3200 RESTRICTED-GRANTS IN AID 
3210 SCHOOL BUILDING AID 
3240 CATASTROPHIC AID 
3290 OTHER 



530 


38530 


5186 


9607 


171 


500 


800 


171 
























TOTAL STATE REVENUE 



38701 



39030 



5986 



9778 



4000 REVENUE FROM FEDERAL SOURCES 
4400 REST. GRANTS-IN-AID THRU STATE 
4420 ECIATFTLEH 

TOTAL FEDERAL REVENUE 

5200 TRANSFERS FROM OTHER FUNDS 
5230 FROM CAPITAL RESERVE FUND 

TOTAL TRANSFERS 



2500 


2500 


2500 


2500 


2500 


2500 


2500 


2500 



























GRAND TOTAL RECEIPTS 



54879 



54920 



17286 



25512 



S31 






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INDEX 

WILTON-LYNDEBOROUGH 
COOPERATIVE SCHOOL DISTRICT 



Administrators 1 Report S48 

Balance Sheet S60 

Financial Reports S54 

Food Service Fund Report S52 

Graduates S51 

Health Service Report S49 

School Board's Budget S61 

School District Officers S32 

School Treasurer's Report S53 

Synopsis of 1993 District Meeting & Elections S36 

Staff S50 

Statement of Analysis of Changes in Fund Equity S60 

Superintendent's Report S47 

Warrant for Election of Officers S33 

Warrant for Meeting S34 



WILTON-LYNDEBOROUGH COOPERATIVE 
SCHOOL DISTRICT OFFICERS 



Moderator: 
Clerk: 
Treasurer : 



Mr. Richard Rockwood 
Maria 0. Brown 
Mr. Lawrence Brown 



1994 

Appointed 

Appointed 



Chair: 
Vice-Chair 
Members : 



SCHOOL BOARD MEMBERS 

Mrs. Martha Webb 
Mr. James Pref takes 
Mrs. Sandra Logan 
Mr. Robert Nields 
Mr. Barry Greene 
Mr. George Birner 



March 1994 
Resigned 
Appointed 
March 1994 
March 1995 
March 1996 



Lyndeborough 
Wilton 

Lyndeborough 
WJ iton 
Wilton 



BUDGET COMMITTEE MEMBERS 

Mr. Robert Kowe 

Mr. Richard Rockwood 

Mr. Wayne Fullerton 

Mr. William Keefe 

Mr. Stephen Blanchard 



March 1995 

March 1995 

March 1996 

March 1996 

March 1994 



SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS 

Mr. Richard V. Lates 

ASSISTANT SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS 

Ms. Francine E. Fullam 



S32 



STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE 

WILTON-LYNDEBOROUGH COOPERATIVE SCHOOL DISTRICT WARRANT 

FOR ELECTION OF OFFICERS ON MARCH 8, 1994 



To the inhabitants of the Wilton-Lyndeborough Cooperative School 
District qualified to vote in the Wilton-Lyndeborough Cooperative 
School Affairs: 

YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED TO MEET ON THE EIGHTH 
DAY OF MARCH 1994 TO VOTE FOR DISTRICT OFFICERS. 

Wilton voters at the Florence Rideout Elementary School 
at 10:00 o'clock in the forenoon and Lyndeborough voters 
at Citizens 1 Hall in Lyndeborough at 10:00 o'clock in the 
forenoon. 

To vote for District Officers: 

1. To choose a Moderator, by ballot, for the ensuing year. 

2. To choose three (3) Members of the School Board, by ballot; 
one (1) from the Town of Wilton; one (1) from the 

Town of Lyndeborough, to serve a term of three (3) years; 
and one (1) from the Town of Lyndeborough to serve an 
unexpired term of two (2) years. 

3. To choose two (2) Members of the Budget Committee, by 
ballot, one (1) from the Town of Wilton, and one (1) from the 
Town of Lyndeborough, to serve a term of three (3) years. 

ii. To choose, by ballot, two (2) Auditors for the ensuing year. 

Polls will open for balloting at the designated hours above and 
will net close before 7:00 P.M. in Wilton and in Lyndeborough. 

GIVEN UNDER OUR HANDS AT SAID WILTON THIS DAY OF 

FEBRUARY, 1994. 

Mar r ha Wehh Robert Nlelds Barry Greene 

George Birner Sandra Logan SCHOOL BOARD 

A true copy attest 



SCHOOL BOARD 



S33 



STATE OF HEW HAMPSHIRE 
WILTON-LYNDEBOROUGH COOPERATIVE SCHOOL DISTRICT WARRANT 
FOR ANNUAL DISTRICT MEETING ON MARCH 18, 1994 

To the inhabitants of the Wilton-Lyndeborough Cooperative School 
District in the Towns of Wilton and Lyndeborough, in the County of 
Hillsborough, State of New Hampshire, qualified to vote upon District 
Affairs: 

YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED TO MEET AT THE WILTON-LYNDEBOROUGH 
COOPERATIVE JUNIOR-SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL IN SAID DISTRICT ON 
FRIDAY, MARCH 18, 1994 AT SEVEN-THIRTY (7:30) O'CLOCK IN THE 
EVENING, TO ACT UPON THE FOLLOWING: 

Notice: School District Officers to be elected at the Town 
Meeting to be held at the Florence Rideout Elementary School in Wilton 
and the Citizens 1 Hall in Lyndeborough, beginning at 10:00 o'clock in 
the morning on Tuesday, March 8, 199^. 

5. To hear reports of Agents, Committees, or Officers chosen, 
and to pass any vote relating thereto. 

6. To see what sum of money the District will vote to raise and 
appropriate for the support of schools, for the salaries of 
School District Officers and Agents, and for payment of 
statutory obligations for the District. 

7. To see if the District will vote to raise and appropriate the 
sum of twenty eight thousand six hundred seventeen dollars 
($28,617) as a deficit appropriation for the 1993-94 fiscal 
year to fund the increased costs of salary and benefits as 
agreed to by the Wilton-Lyndeborough Cooperative School Board 
and the Wilton-Lyndeborough Cooperative Teachers Association 
pursuant to RSA 273-A, such sum to be paid over to the 
Wilton-Lyndeborough Cooperative School Disttrict prior to 
June 30, 199^; or take any other action in relation thereto. 
(Supported by School Board - Recommended by Budget Committee) 

8. To see if the District will vote to raise and appropriate the 
sum of sixteen thousand six hundred seven dollars ($16,607) 
to fund the increased costs of salary and benefits for the 
1994-95 fiscal year as agreed to by the Wilton-Lyndeborough 
Cooperative School Board and the Wilton-Lyndeborough 
Cooperative Teachers Association pursuant to RSA 273-A; or 
take any other action in relation thereto. (Supported by 
School Board - Recommended by Budget Committee) 

9. To see if the District will vote to raise and appropriate the 
sum of nineteen thousand seven hundred thirty-six dollars 
($19,736) or some other sum of money to purchase technology 
equipment and software or take any other action relating 
thereto. (Supported by School Board - Not recommended by 
Budget Committee) 



634 



10. To see if the District shall accept the provisions of 

RSA 198:20-b providing that any school district at an annual 
meeting may adopt an article authorizing indefinitely, until 
specific rescission of such authority, the school board to 
apply for, accept and expend, without further action by the 
school district, unanticipated money from a state, federal or 
other governmental unit or a private source which becomes 
available during the fiscal year. 

11. To transact any other business that may legally come before 
this meeting. 



GIVEN UNDER OUR HANDS AT SAID WILTON THIS DAY OF FEBRUARY, 199^ 

Mactfaa Hebb Robert Nields - - Barry Greene 

George Birner Sandra Logan School Board 

A true ccpy attest 



School Beard 



S35 



MINUTES OF THE WILTON-LYNDEBOROUGH COOPERATIVE 
DISTRICT MEETING 

March 5, 1993 

Opening of the Meeting : At 7:34 p.m., the clerk, Maria Brown, opened 
the meeting as provided in RSA 197:20, acting as chair of this school 
district meeting in the absence of a moderator. The chair accepted 
nominations for moderator pro tempore. to serve for this meeting and 
until election of a new moderator. 

Mrs. Marty Webb moved that Mr. Richard Rockwood be named moderator 
pro tempore for this meeting and until election of a new moderator. 
The motion was seconded. 

As Moderator, Mr. Rockwood took over the meeting. He first requested 
a moment of silence in memory of the late Mr. Vincent Alsfeld, his 
predecessor. 

Mr. Rockwood then recognized Social Studies teacher, Mr. Eric 
Yannone. Mr. Yannone explained that students from his Contemporary 
Issues class were videotaping the meeting and interviewing residents 
as a class project. This was being done on a grant from Community TV 
Corp., based in Laconia, New Hampshire. The tape will later be 
broadcast on the local station. 

Mr. Rockwood then introduced people at the head table - Board members 
Barry Greene, Hal Melcher, Robert Nields, James Pref takes, Martha 
Webb, and Superintendent Richard Lates, Assistant Superintendent 
Francine Fullam, Special Education Director Lee Ann Packer, and 
Principal Ernest Belanger. 

Since there is no legal requirement for a motion that permission be 
given to non-residents to speak on pertinent issues, Mr. Rockwood 
proceeded with the meeting, skipping a past tradition of asking for 
formal permission. 

Mr. Rockwood asked the motions from the floor be given in the 
affirmative manner. Anyone wishing to speak has to be acknowledged 
first and then identify themselves. Each motion will be limited to 
two amendments. He will be asking for two-thirds vote to restrict 
debate and written ballots will be honored, if requested. The only 
time Mr. Rockwood will vote is to break a tie or if a motion has a 
majority vote, i.e., 100 vs. 99, and he is personally opposed, to 
create a tie. He reminded attendees one must be a registered voter 
in either Lyndeborough or Wilton to participate in the voting. 

Article 5 : Mr. Greene moved and Mr. Melcher seconded the following: 
That the reports of Agents, Committees, or Officers chosen be 
accepted as printed in the annual school district report. 

Mr. Stuart Draper asked why salaries do not agree with what was spent 
and where is the principal's salary. Mr. Lates explained that past 

reports had been followed and it was a misunderstanding that the 
principal should have been included. By voice vote, motion carried. 



S36 



WLC District Meeting 
March 5, 1993 

Article 6 ; Mr. Nields moved and Mr. Melcher seconded the following: 
That the District amend Article V of the Articles of Agreement among 
the school districts of Wilton and Lyndeborough by deleting the same 
in its entirety and inserting in place thereof the following: the 
capital and operating expenses of the Wilton-Lyndeborough Cooperative 
School District payable in each fiscal year shall be apportioned 
entirely on the average daily membership of the pupils of the Wilton- 
Lyndeborough Cooperative School District Junior-Senior High School 
residing in each pre-existing district of the cooperative school 
district during each of the second, third and fourth preceding fiscal 
years, as determined by the State Department of Education. 

Mr. Keefe, Chairman of a committee established to address the 
Articles of Agreement, spoke on this article. Mr. Keefe explained 
that after last year's district meeting and the increase in 
Lyndeborough 's taxes, a committee was formed to investigate the 
apportionment. 

Mr. Bob Pollack asked when it would go into effect. The answer was 
next year's tax bill. Mrs. Donna Hoover asked as to what the three 
years would be - answer is last year plus the previous two. Mr. Earl 
Watts said the concept was good, but not equitable. Mr. Greene 
agreed with Mr. Watts. Mr. McGettigan wanted to know what would be 
gained by changing - the past way was fair and each town paid its 
share. 

An overhead was provided illustrating the years and amounts. 

Mr. Steve Blanchard requested a paper ballot. Mr. Rockwood said if 
seven people agreed, he would honor the request. Twelve people 
requested it. Paper ballot took place from 8:00 - 8:15 p.m. 
Required two-thirds vote. YES - 65; NO - 49. Motion was not two- 
thirds, and therefore, motion was not carried. 

Article 7 : Mr. Melcher moved and Mr. Greene seconded the following: 
That the District vote to raise and appropriate the sum of TWO 
MILLION ONE HUNDRED TWENTY-FOUR THOUSAND THREE HUNDRED AND THIRTY- 
NINE DOLLARS ($2,124,339) for the support of the schools, for the 
salaries of School District officers and agents and for the payment 
of statutory obligations of the District. 

Mr. Melcher explained this was the WLC operating budget. He said the 
Board started with an underfunded budget due to the $90,000 reduction 
from last March. Any increases were kept with the 3.67% inflation 
figure. There will be 31 more students enrolled, plus two out-of- 
district placements. Modifications need to be made to WLC as per the 
request of the Fire Department. There has been an increase to the 
Water and Sewer accounts. (This was later explained that it had 
actually been under-budgeted last year and this is a correction, as 
opposed to an increase.) 



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WLC Distict Meeting 
March 5, 1993 

Mr. Melcher went on to explain that other additions to the budget 
have been put into separate warrant articles so the operating budget 
could be kept intact. No agreement has been made with teachers, so 
the salaries have been level-funded. 

Mr. Pref takes then took the stand. He explained an overhead showing 
WLC is close to the state average in its cost per student. 

There was some discussion as to the percentage increase on the 
operating budget. The teacher salaries were not exactly level-funded 
since two new positions were added - Aide for Special Education and 
Aide for Lunch Room. 

Mr. Pollack asked if the Blue Cross/Blue Shield issue was resolved. 
Mr. Greene explained that a lot of work had been put into addressing 
this issue as a result of last year's district meeting. A notebook 
consisting of all the information has been compiled and has been made 
available to other schools in the district. Blue Cross/Blue Shield 
has to be offered as part of the teachers' contract. 

Mr. Greene explained that the public can never negotiate the 
teachers' contract; the way they are currently negotiated is as 
required by law. Mr. Draper asked about a special meeting. Mr. 
Watts said it would be impossible to determine an accurate budget 
because of the lack of negotiations. 

Options for special meetings were addressed by Mr. Greene. Mr. Steve 
Vargish then made a motion to vote on the budget as presented. Must 
have two-thirds vote. By voice vote, the question was moved. Held 
voice vote - too close to determine. Had a standing vote: YES - 91; 
NO — 31. The motion carried. 

Mr. Charlie McGettigan wanted to make a point that there was not 
enough discussion on voting for this $2 million article. He feels we 
need to be more diligent in moving the question at future meetings. 

Article 8 ; Mr. Pref takes moved and Mr. Melcher seconded the 
following: That the District vote to raise and appropriate the sum 
of SIXTY-TWO THOUSAND SIX HUNDRED TWENTY-THREE DOLLARS ($62,623) to 
purchase technology equipment. 

Mrs. Hoover requested that discussion on this article also include 
Article 9. The Moderator agreed. 

Mr. Pref takes provided overheads explaining the need for computers. 
He went on to explain the difference in the tax impact by buying it 
at once or leasing it to own over a three-year period. 

There was discussion as to ensuring the computers including operating 
system software, WLC does adhere to copyrights, maintenance and 
repairs, these are new computers as well as some replacements. 



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WLC District Meeting 
March 5, 1993 

Mrs. Cheryl Burns asked that the Board consider having adult 
education classes in the evening. Mr. Pref takes said the Board would 
gladly entertain the idea, if the demand was there. 

Chris McEntee questioned the purchase of Macintosh versus IBM. 
Explanation was made that Macintosh is a wonderful educational 
system, can simulate IBM, and the business world is becoming Mac 
compliant. WLC also wants to keep the computers all the same. Some 
other audience members backed up Macintosh as well. 

Discussion took place as to the tax impact. Mr. Draper wanted the 
audience to remember whatever the impact is from WLC, it has to be 
added to other tax increases from the elementary school , town, etc. 
Mr. Greene asked that people remember that they are here to review 
the WLC budget. Total increase possible if all articles passed would 
be $1.31 per thousand. He further on explained the necessity of 
having the computer technology available to WLC students - they have 
to be able to compete in the world. He received a round of applause. 

Mr. Draper agreed it is something the students need, but we all have 
to pay for i't. Was the possibility of a main frame ever considered? 
Mr. Preftakes said yes, but the maintenance is extremely high, the 
educational software does not run on main frame, and they are not 
designed for educational purposes. 

Mr. Ducette questioned the need for the office to have computers. 
Mr. Preftakes justified them by saying they are for attendance, 
report cards, etc. 

Mr. Draper moved that Article 8 be tabled and we proceed to Article 
9. By voice vote, the motion was tabled. 

Article 9 : Mr. Preftakes moved and Mr. Melcher seconded the 
following: That the District vote to raise TWENTY-TWO THOUSAND FIVE 
HUNDRED EIGHTY-THREE DOLLARS ($22,583) to enter into a lease 
agreement for the purpose of leasing technology equipment. 

Mrs. Hoover asked that "three years" be added to the article. Mr. 
Rockwood overruled. Mr. Rockwood explained the article is asking to 
enter into an agreement and spend $22,583. It was acknowledged that 
in the long term, more money would be spent, but the tax impact per 
year would be less. 

Mrs. Connie Forbes asked which article the Budget Committee 
recommended. Mr. Blanchard responded by saying Article 8 - to 
purchase in one year. 

There was some discussion on having the equipment become obsolete. 
It was determined there is a difference between obsolete and no 
longer functional. Mr. Preftakes said the Board is not knowingly 
going to purchase anything that would no longer be useful at the end 
of the three years. 



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WLC District Meeting 
March 5, 1993 

Mr. Ducette asked about the possibility of leasing and then replacing 
the equipment with more modern computers. Mr. Pref takes said it 
could be done but is not cost effective. 

Mr. Tom Mitchell asked how Article 8 could be voted on. Mr. Rockwood 
said at the voting time, defeat this motion and take Article 8 off 
the table, vote, and approve it. 

Voting took place on Article 9 by voice vote. Too close to 
determine, went to a standing vote. YES - 75; NO - 35. The motion 
carried. 

Article 10 : Mrs. Webb moved and Mr. Nields seconded the following: 
That the District vote to raise and appropriate the sum of FIVE 
THOUSAND DOLLARS ($5,000) to fund training for improvement of 
curriculum and instruction. 

Mrs. Webb explained this process has already begun based on. the 
desire from the national and state level to have different methods in 
assessment. WLC is working on a mission statement and outcome 
curriculum. The SIP (school improvement program) would meet our 
needs, get us into a valuable network, and potentially make $30,000 
available in consultants. 

A parent of the Co-op Connection, Mr. George Birner, then addressed 
this issue. 

Voting took place by voice vote. Motion carried. 

Article 11 : Mr. Nields moved and Mr. Pref takes seconded the 
following: That the District vote to raise and apDropriate the sum 
of EIGHTEEN THOUSAND DOLLARS ($18,000) to fund three part-time 
teaching positions (1/5 foreign language, 1/5 English, 1/5 typing). 

Ms. McEntee asked if these were related to last year's cuts in 
teaching positions. Mr. Belanger said the English position was. 

Mr. Keefe said the Budget Committee opposed this article not because 
it is bad idea, but because it just is not affordable. 

Mr. Melcher urged the voters to support the article since this was 
based on requests from parents that WLC offer keyboarding and foreign 
language at the Junior High Level and the students would truly 
benefit. 

Voting took place by voice vote. Motion not carried. 



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WLC District Meeting 
March 5, 1993 

Article 12 : Mr. Greene moved and Mr. Melcher seconded the following: 
That the District vote to raise and appropriate the sum of FORTY 
THOUSAND DOLLARS ($40,000) as a deficiency appropriation for the 
1992-93 school district budget from $2,031,027 to $2,071,027, for the 
purpose of meeting unanticipated expenses of the district in accounts 
for Special Education, such sum to be paid over to the Wilton- 
Lyndeborough Cooperative School District prior to June 30, 1993. 

Discussion took place. Mr. McEntee moved that this article be taken 
up at a recessed meeting when salaries can be voted. Mr. Rockwood 
recommended against that. 

Mr. Draper moved to table the article until a later date. The vote 
does need two-thirds vote. Mr. McGettigan asked that Mr. Lates speak 
on this issue; the voters are entitled to more information. He did 
not feel it wise to table a legal matter. Mr. Rockwood granted the 
request and asked that Mr. Lates explain the article in more detail. 

Mr. Lates explained that WLC needs to demonstrate the loss in order 
to get catastrophic aid; we need to show an emergency deficiency. At 
that point in April, WLC should receive emergency aid. Based on past 
experience, we should get the money. 

Mr. Watts said he felt it would be in poor judgement to table the 
article. 

Voting took place on tabling the article by voice vote. No's have it 
- article is not tabled. 

Main motion was back on the floor. Mr. Stanley Schultz clarified 

that this money will only be spent to meet a demand in the absence of 

collecting it from another source. Mr. Greene confirmed that the 
$40,000 has already been spent. 

Voting took place by voice - motion carried. 

Other Business : On behalf of WLC, the Board, students, and parents, 
Mr. Preftakes thanked Mr. Hal Melcher for his past 9+ years of 
dedicated service on the WLC Board (6 years of that as Chairman). 
Mr. Melcher received a round of applause and standing ovation. 

Mr. Pollack moved to adjourn the meeting. Mr. Draper moved that as 
per a request last year, the salaries and benefits of the teachers be 
acted upon as a separate item from the operating budget. Motion was 
seconded by Mr. Watts. By voice vote, motion not carried. 

It was moved, and there were several seconds, to adjourn the meeting 
at 10:22 p.m. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Maria Brown 
Clerk 




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TO: Richard Lates , Superintendent - _> 
Maria Brown, WLC Clerk /xaa,.V,0- i 



Jlfi^ 



FROM: 

DATE: March 10, 1993 

SUBJECT: Results of Voting - March 9, 1993 



Voting took place on Tuesday, March 9th at the Wilton 
Elementary School. Polls closed at 7:00 p.m. Tallying took 
place from approximately. 7: 10 - 8:30 p.m. Results are as 
follows : 

TOTAL NUMBER OF BALLOTS RECEIVED: 281 

* Winner 

School Board Member 

Daniel Osmer 71 
George Birner* 193 

(Write-ins) 

J. Coleman 1 

W. Draper 1 

G. Dunn 1 



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WLC Votes 



Budget Committe 
William Keefe* 



247 



(Write-ins) 

R. Dunn 
E. Watts 



Moderator 
Richard Rockwood* 
(Write-ins ) 

T. Alsfeld 

D. Greeley 
B. Greene 
J. Griffith 

E. Lamminen 
B. Schultz 
R. Tuttle 



252 



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WLC Votes 



Auditors 



(al 


LI Write-ins) 


Edna Bean* 


Doris Boutwell* 


T. 


Belcher 


L. 


Brown 


D. 


Claire 


S. 


Cresta 


s. 


Draper 


G. 


Dunn 


B. 


Greene 


D. 


Hoover 


R. 


Houston 


J. 


Hutchinson 


A. 


Martin 


D. 


Proctor 


B. 


Putnam 


V. 


Putnam 


E. 


Watts 



20 
16 



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To: 
From: 
Date: 
Subj: 



# 



Richard Lates, Superintendent 

Barbara J. Brown, WLC Acting Clerk W^ 

March 10, 1993 

Results of Voting - March 9, 1993 



Voting took place on Tuesday, March 9» 1993 at the Lyndeborough 
Citizen's Hall. Polls closed at 7:00 p.m. Results are as follows: 



Total Number of Ballots Received: 

* Winner 

School Board Member 

James Preftakes* 148 

(Write-ins) 



175 



Robert Howe 
Matthew Center 
Shiela Harwood 



Budget Committee Members 
(Write-ins) 



Wayne Fullerton* 
Earl Bullard 
Shiela Harwood 
Robert Howe 
Bill Stephenson 
Lorraine Crosby 
Terry Goding 
Ann Harkleroad 
Frances Taylor 
Burton Reynolds 



14 

5 

5 

3 

2 



Moderator 

Richard Rockwood* 

(Write-ins) 

J.Patrick McEntee 
Barry Greene 



139 



10 
1 



Auditors 



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G. Fereshetian* 
Bruce Houston* 



20 
2 



Paul Connors 
Pauline Brown 
Bruce Harless 
Mike Cleveland 
Jesse Salisbury 



S46 



SUPERINTENDENT'S REPORT 
1993 

SAU #63 is currently engaged in an effort to tie curriculum, 
instruction and assessment together into a holistic and accountable 
educational system. The four districts of SAU #63 are working together 
to complete the next phase of our curriculum restructuring project. A 
team of teachers and administrators representing all nine buildings in 
our SAU is meeting every month to develop classroom assessment tools 
which are based upon student performance. We are trying to blend 
instruction and asessment activities by developing challenging 
learning tasks which will measure a student's ability to meet the 
outcomes or standards which we have set for them. These tasks are 
much more than abstract paper and pencil tests, because they challenge 
students to think at high levels in order to solve real-life problems. 
Teachers are reporting to us that their students are truly engaged by 
these performance tasks. 

We believe that assessment which is based upon standard and upon 
student performance of real-life learning tasks will provide parents 
and communities with instructional accountability. SAU #63 has 
established 7 learner outcomes which will drive our assessment 
efforts. Our outcomes state that every graduate will demonstrate that 
he/she is a: 

1. Knowledgeable person 

2. Complex thinker 

3. Skilled information processor 
M. Effective communicator 

5. Self-directed learner 

6. Collaborative worker 

7. Community contributor 

To further define each of these outcomes, our team has developed 
proficiencies leading to each of these learner outcomes and rubrics or 
performance levels to measure or assess the student's level of 
achievement. 

We have been trained in this process by Dr. Robert Marzano of the 
McREL Institute in Colorado. SAU #63 has collaborated with SAU #39 
(Amherst, Souhegan, Mont Vernon) and SAU #^0 (Milford) in developing 
this exciting project, and we will continue to report our progress to 
you as this project evolves. 

The Nineties is a time of educational reform and renewal, and we feel 
that the districts in SAU #63 are at the forefront of this change 
process. We welcome your suggestions, ideas and goals for the 
education of your children, and v/e thank you for your continued 
support and encouragement. 



Richard V. Lates 
Superintendent of Schools 



Francine E. Fullam 

Assistant Superintendent of Schools 



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WILTON-LYNDEBOROUGH COOPERATIVE SCHOOL DISTRICT 
ADMINISTRATOR'S REPORT 



The 1 993 school year began with 339 students with grade enrollments as follows: grade seven - 53; 
grade eight - 57; grade nine - 77; grade ten - 53; grade eleven - 56; and grade twelve - 43. 

At the annual school district meeting in March 1 993, district voters approved an appropriation of 
$2,1 51,922 which includes a warrant article for $62,623 for computer equipment to be paid over a 
three year period. Mr. George Birner was elected by the Wilton voters to a three year term on the 
School Board. Mrs. Marty Webb was elected as chair and Mr. Jim Preftakes was elected as Vice-Chair. 
Mrs. Maria Brown was appointed School Board Clerk, Mr. Lawrence Brown was appointed treasurer. 
Mr. Michael Leonard was elected by the student body as Student Representative to the school Board. 

As the next step in the WLC Curriculum Restructuring Project, the school district began to look ahead 
at creating a means of assessing student performance in relation to identified outcomes and goals. A 
plan in collaboration with SAU #40 (Milford) SAU #39 (Amherst, Mont Vernon, and Souhegan 
Cooperative), and SAU #63 was developed. Dr. Marzano of the Mid-Continent Regional Education Lab 
presented a workshop on Authentic Assessment on August 30th attended by staff members of ail these 
districts. WLC staff members also joined a leadership team of twelve SAU members in steering our 
district project and sharing information during monthly meetings throughout the school year. Evidence 
of WLC faculty members using Authentic Assessment techniques in their classrooms was noticeable by 
November and continues to increase. 

WLC faculty, School Board members, and administrators applied for entrance into the School 
Improvement Plan (SIP), and were accepted for membership in December. This project to improve 
local schools is sponsored by the New Hampshire Alliance for Effective Schools. Its design is to 
translate research on effective schools into a common sense, collaborative approach to creating a 
school in which all students succeed. Over the next three years, the SIP team will work with 
specialists who provide facilitation and consultation regarding how change happens and how to manage 
change. 

WLC students organized a number of enrichment programs for the student body during the course of 
the year. Using the theme "Earth Week" a series of environmental programs were offered including: 
speakers on environmental issues; games to test student knowledge of environmental topics; a trash 
walk along local roads. Students in conjunction with their health class sponsored: a self-defense 
training session for women, a demonstration by the Wilton Fire department on rescuing an accident 
victim from an automobile accident using the "Jaws of Life", and an assembly program on "AIDS". The 
Peer Outreach Group sponsored a program on "stress reduction". 

As a result of the warrant article passed at the March 93' district meeting, thirty-one (31) new 
computers were purchased along with other computer hardware and software. In addition to updating 
the business room with new computers, a number of classrooms in the building received computers and 
C-D ROM equipment for student use. The purchase also helped the office better utilize the Mac School 
scheduling and data program. Noticeable increases in the number of courses in which students had 
enrolled, beyond the required five, were realized giving students additional learning opportunities. 

Ernest Belanger 
Principal 



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ANNUAL HEALTH SERVICE REPORT 
WILTON-LYNDEBOROUGH COOPERATIVE JUNIOR/SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL 

1992-1993 



NURSING ACTIVITIES/STUDENT CONTACTS: 

Medications: number doses given 1413 

Total visits to health office 1 4676 

Home visits 1 

Student conferences 800 

Vision & Hearing screenings 145 

Scoliosis screenings 120 

Heights & Weights screenings 344 

B/P screenings 20 

Dental screenings 5 

Pediculosis screenings 4 

Physical Exams/Access 49 
Professional Committee Participation on going 



Candace Rapf 
School Nurse 



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W L COOP TEACHING STAFF 1 993-94 








LAST NAME 


FIRST NAME 


DEGREE 


YEARS 


EXI SALARY 93 94 


POSITION 


BALDWIN 


GWYN 


M15 


18 


36,600 


ENGLISH 


BEAUDIN 


BETH 


M 


4 


25,174 


ENGLISH 


BELANGER 


ERNEST 


M 


30 


56,416 


PRINCIPAL 


BROOKES 


MARY ELLEN 


B15 


16 


34,292 


ENGLISH/FRENCH 


BUTTON 


JAMES 


B 


18 


34,900 


MATH/COMPUTERS 


CHEN 


CRYSTAL 


M 


14 


32,603 


SCIENCE 


COROILEONE 


LINDA 


B 


12 


29,789 


BUSINESS 


DINGWELL 


GAIL 


M1S 


12 


31,478 


SPECIAL EDUCATION 


DORAN 


DIANE 


B 


13 


30,577 


PHYSICAL EDUCATION 


DURAN 


LINDA 


B15 


IS 


33,053 


MATHEMATICS 


FENNER 


PAT 


B 


11 


29,001 


MATHEMATICS 


FINCH 


DAVID 


B 


13 


30,577 


PHYSICAL EDUCATION 


FOWLER 


PHILIP 


M 


22 


39,426 


GUIDANCE 


GIAMBROCCO 


ROCCO 


BIS 


11 


29,564 


SOCIAL STUDIES 


GLOUDEMANS 


SARAH BURT 


M15 


16 


34,417 


LIBRARIAN 


HIRTZ 


LINDA 


BIS 


9 


27,988 


SOCIAL STUDIES/STUDY SKILLS 


HORN 


DANIEL J. 


B15 


6 


26,075 


ENGLISH 


JORDAN 


DANIEL 


B 


5 


24,949 


MUSIC 


LOMBARDI 


SUZANNE 


B30 


9 


28,776 


FOREIGN LANGUAGE 


MANNION 


COLLEEN 


B 


1 


17,649 


ENGLISH - 60% 


PANO 


ROBERT B. 


B15 


24 


38,343 


SCIENCE 


PARKIN 


JANE 


M 


12 


30,915 


HOME ECONOMICS 


PAYELIAN 


JOHN 


MIS 


23 


39,785 


SCIENCE 


PICARD 


MARGARET 


M 


12 


30,915 


GUIDANCE 


RAPF 


CANDACE 


B 


6 


25,512 


NURSE 


RICH 


BARBARA 


M 


14 


1 6,808 


SPECIAL EDUCATION 
ASST PRINC/MATH 


SMITH 


CHERYL 


M 


16 


34,854 


SULLIVAN 


BETSIELANE 


M1S 


20 


37,622 


MATHEMATICS 


TRIPP 


STEVEN 


B15 


11 


29,564 


SPECIAL EDUCATION 


WEBB 


PAMELA A 


M 


3 


24,949 


BUSINESS 


WING 


JUDITH 


M 


11 


30,1 27 


ART 


WITTY 


DIRK 


B 


19 


35,400 


INDUSTRIAL ARTS 


YANNONE 


ERIC P. 


B15 


21 


36,900 


SOCIAL STUDIES 


W L COOP SUPPORT STAFF 1 993-94 








LAST NAME 


FIRST NAME 


SALARY 


93 94 


POSITION 




BUFFUM 


BEVAN 


5,760 




ESL TUTOR 




CROOKER 


GARY 


3,536 




AIDE/IN-SCHOOL SUSPENSION 


FLYNN 


MICHAEL 


19,308 




CUSTODIAN 




GALLETTA 


E. JOYCE 


10,734 




SECRETARY 




HASU 


SCOTT 


3,478 




CUSTODIAN 


I 


JESKEY 


CHRISTINA 


22,581 




SECRETARY 




KORPI 


STEPHEN 


26,81 1 




CUSTODIAN 




PICHE 


JANET 


8,316 




SPED AIDE/WLC 




POLLOCK 


NANCY 


7,156 




SECRETARY 




THOMPSON 


JULIE 


4,410 




GUIDANCE SECRETARY 



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WILTON-LYNDEBOROUGH COOPERATIVE 
JUNIOR-SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL 

GRADUATES 1993 



Justin Yates Benson 

* Heather Rae Bouchard 
Lucas Francis Brennan 
Paula Lynn Brouillet 
Joshua Scott Brown 
Alice F. Carson 

Lynn A. Cass 

Denis George Charbonneau 

* Hope Elizabeth Cutler 

* Jennifer Mary Doran 
Alison Lynn Emmett 
Rodney Charles Haggerty 
Christopher Corey Jacob 
Chip Alexander Johnson 



t* Michaela Julie Kennedy 
Christopher Paul Martin 
Danielle C. McPhail 
Justin L. Morrison 

* James R. Pidgeon 
t* Justin L. Preftakes 

Lisa Ann Proctor 

* Dainya Eileen Simpson 

* Margaret Ellen Thomas 

* Christine A. Usuriello 
Bryan T. Wozniak 

* Daniel Kai Wright 
Michael David Young 



t National Honor Society 
* Top Ten 



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WILTON-LYNDEBOROUGH COOPERATIVE SCHOOL DISTRICT 

FOOD SERVICE FUND 

Audited statement of Revenues, Expenditures and Changes in Fund 
Balance for the Fiscal Year ended June 30, 1 993 • Fund balances cover 
lunch programs at Wilton-Lyndeborough Cooperative High School, 
Florence Rideout Elementary School and Lyndeborough Central School. 



Revenues 

Lunch & Milk Sales $ 57,054 

Snack Bar Sales 26,152 

Federal Reimbursement 25,301 

District Appropriation 2,730 

USDA Commodities 7,054 

Other 311 

Total Revenues $ 118,602 

EXPENDITURES: 

Food Purchases $ 58,134 

Labor & Benefits 53,627 

Expendables Supplies 1,825 

Other 7,018 

Total Expenditures $ 120,604 

Excess (Deficiency) of Revenues 

Over (Under) Expenditures $ (2,002) 

Fund Balance - July 1, 1992 $ 5,826 

Fund Balance - June 30, 1993 $ 3,824 



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WILTON-LYNDEBOROUGH COOPERATIVE SCHOOL DISTRICT 
REPORT OF SCHOOL DISTRICT TREASURER 

Fiscal Year July 1, 1992 to June 30, 1993 

Cash On Hand July 1, 1992 $ 863-90 

Received from Selectmen 

Current Appropriation $ 1,972,236.00 

Deficit Appropriation 40,000.00 

Revenue From State Sources 85,494.08 

Revenue From Federal Sources 1,731.60 

Received From Tuitions 5,250.00 

Received From All Other Sources 9,454.64 

Total Receipts $2,114,166.32 

Total Available For Fiscal Year $2,115,030.22 

Less School Board Orders Paid $2,057,761.00 

Balance on Hand June 30, 1993 $ 57,269.22 

July 8, 1993 Lawrence A. Brown, Treasurer 

AUDITOR'S CERTIFICATE 

This is to certify that we have examined the books, vouchers, 
bank statements, and other financial records of the treasurer of the 
school district of Wilton-Lyndeborough Cooperative, Wilton, New 
Hampshire of which the above is a true summary for the fiscal year 
ending June 30, 19932, and find them correct in all aspects. 

October 7, 1993 Barbara L. Putnam, Auditor 

Edna Bean, Auditor 



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FINANCIAL REPORT OF SCHOOL BOARD 
WILTON-LYNDEBOROUGH COOPERATIVE SCHOOL DISTRICT 
FISCAL YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 1 993 
STATEMENT OF REVENUES 



UNRESERVED FUND BALANCE (7/1/92) $2,155.52 



1 000 REVENUE FROM LOCAL SOURCES 

1100 TAXES 

1121 CURRENT APPROPRIATION $ 1,972,236.00 

1122 DEFICENT APPROPRIATION $- 40,000.00 

1300 TUITION 

1312 OTHER LEA'S WITHIN NH $ 5,250.00 

1 500 EARNINGS ON INVESTMENTS 

1510 INTEREST ON INVESTMENTS $ 3,224.02 

1 700 PUPIL ACTIVITIES - GATE RECEIPTS $ 1 ,478.1 

1 900 OTHER REVENUE FROM LOCAL SOURCES 

1990 OTHER LOCAL REVENUE $ 19.00 

3000 REVENUE FROM STATE SOURCES 

3100 UNRESTRICTED GRANTS-IN-AID 

3110 FOUNDATION AID $ 36,627.94 

3200 RESTRICTED GRANTS-IN-AID 

3222 VOCATIONAL TRANSPORTATION $ 909.44 

3230 DRIVER EDUCATION $ 7,899.50 

3240 CATASTROPHIC AID $ 19,510.22 

3290 EMERGENCY CAT. AID $ 19,054.44 

3900 OTHER 

3910 GAS TAX REFUNDS $ 117.54 



TOTAL REVENUES $ 2,106,326.20 



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FINANCIAL REPORT OF SCHOOL BOARD 

WILTON-LYNDEBOROUGH COOPERATIVE SCHOOL DISTRICT 

FISCAL YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 1993 



EXPENDITURES 1992-1993 



1000 INSTRUCTION 

1 1 00 REGULAR EDUCATION PROGRAMS 
1 1 2 TEACHER SALARIES 



200 


EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 


440 


EQUIPMENT REPAIRS & MAINT. 


610 


DESK SUPPLIES 


611 


PAPER SUPPLIES 


630 


TEXTBOOKS 


631 


WORKBOOKS 


660 


COMPUTER SOFTWARE 


741 


ADDITIONAL EQUIPMENT 


742 


REPLACEMENT EQUIPMENT 


890 


MISC. - MUSIC INSTRUMENTS 


1120-122 


SUBSTITUTE SALARIES 


200 


BENEFITS 


1130-122 


HOMEBOUND/ESL SALARIES 


200 


BENEFITS 


1 200 SPECIAL EDUCATION PROGRAMS 


112 


SPEC ED TEACHER SALARIES 


200 


EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 


440 


EQUIPMENT REPAIRS & MAINT. 


610 


DESK SUPPLIES 


612 


TESTS 


630 


TEXTBOOKS 


631 


WORKBOOKS 


1201-115 


SPED TEACHER AIDE SALARIES 


200 


BENEFITS 



1 230 SPECIAL ED TESTING & THERAPY 

330 PSYCHOLOGICAL TESTING 

331 AUDIOLOGICAL TESTING 
334 PSYCHOLOGICAL THERAPY 



$ 


808,401.68 


$ 


192,697.78 


$ 


5,376.16 


$ 


13,463.35 


$ 


6,166.07 


$ 


12,850.81 


$ 


2,026.21 


$ 


1,836.90 


$ 


7,004.03 


$ 


4,240.57 


$ 


0.00 


$ 


25,228.90 


$ 


2,058.31 


$ 


9,710.67 


$ 


773.79 


$ 


61,075.20 


$ 


14,695.31 


$ 


84.50 


$ 


22.72 


$ 


329.77 


$ 


1 1 4.49 


$ 


424.67 


$ 


16,345.97 


$ 


1,403.86 


$ 


820.50 


$ 


0.00 


$ 


31,825.00 



S55 



1 290 SPECIAL EDUCATION TUITION 

561 PUBLIC - IN STATE $ 3,000.00 

562 OUT OF STATE $ 0.00 
569 PRIVATE $ 72,882.06 

1300-561 VOC ED TUITION $ 1,493.40 

1 41 CO-CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES 



112 


SALARIES 


200 


BENEFITS 


440 


EQUIPMENT REPAIRS & MAINTENANCE 


590 


PURCHASED SERVICES 


610 


SUPPLIES 


810 


DUES 


890 


MISCELLANEOUS - AWARDS 


1 41 1 ACADEMIC CO-CURRICULAR 


112 


SALARIES 


200 


BENEFITS 


610 


SUPPLIES 


810 


DUES & FEES 


890 


MISCELLANEOUS - AWARDS 


1490-310 


DRIVER EDUCATION (in/out) 


21 00 SUPPORT SERVICES - PUPIL 


2120 GUIDANCE SERVICES 


113 


GUIDANCE SALARIES 


200 


BENEFITS 


532 


POSTAGE 


610 


SUPPLIES 


612 


TESTS 


630 


TEXTBOOKS 


660 


COMPUTER SOFTWARE 


2121-115 


GUIDANCE SECRETARY SALARIES 


200 


BENEFITS 



2130 HEALTH SERVICES 

21 34-1 1 3 NURSES SALARIES 

200 BENEFITS 

330 ACADEMIC PHYSICALS 

532 POSTAGE 

580 TRAVEL/CRISIS INTERVENTION 

610 SUPPLIES 



$ 


23,090.00 


$ 


2,172.28 


$ 


1,208.75 


$ 


8,192.40 


$ 


3,392.12 


$ 


1,180.00 


$ 


956.03 


$ 


5,534.96 


$ 


569.38 


$ 


372.97 


$ 


470.00 


$ 


213.33 



$ 9,174.50 



$ 


62,281.28 


$ 


9,184.92 


$ 


350.00 


$ 


807.64 


$ 


574.84 


$ 


90.89 


$ 


328.90 


$ 


4,675.45 


$ 


397.06 


$ 


27,614.08 


$ 


6,594.34 


$ 


347.00 


$ 


35.00 


$ 


500.00 


$ 


471.83 



S56 



2200 SUPPORT SERVICES INSTRUCTIONAL STAFF 
221 IMPROVEMENT OF INST'L STAFF 
270 COURSE REIMBURSEMENT 
290 STAFF DEVELOPMENT 
640 PROFESSIONAL BOOKS & SUBCR 

2220 EDUCATION MEDIA SERVICES 



2222-113 


MEDIA SPECIALIST SALARIES 


200 


BENEFITS 


440 


EQUIPMENT REPAIRS & MAINT 


453 


RENTAL OF FILMS 


532 


POSTAGE 


610 


SUPPLIES 


630 


LIBRARY BOOKS 


640 


MAGAZINES & PERIODICALS 


742 


REPLACEMENT EQUIPMENT 


810 


DUES 


2223-610 


AUDIO VISUAL SUPPLIES 


660 


COMPUTER SOFTWARE 



$ 


1,725.00 


$ 


3,972.90 


$ 


110.00 


$ 


35,417.00 


$ 


9,359.36 


$ 


797.36 


$ 


146.90 


$ 


100.00 


$ 


290.44 


$ 


4,323.50 


$ 


1,198.00 


$ 


972.30 


$ 


20.00 


$ 


639.06 


$ 


1,764.00 



2300 SUPPORT SERVICES - ADMINISTRATION 
2310 SCHOOL BOARD SERVICES 

380 SCHOOL BOARD MEMBERS 

381 CLERK 

382 TREASURER 

383 SUPERVISOR & BALLOT CLERKS 

384 MODERATOR 

385 AUDITORS 
390 LEGAL FEES 

521 S. B. LIABILITY INSURANCE 

532 POSTAGE 

610 SUPPLIES 

810 DUES 

890 MISCELLANEOUS - ADVERTISING 

2320 OFFICE OF THE SUPT. OF SCHOOLS 
23 20-3 5 1 SCHOOL ADM UNIT EXPENSES 



2400 SUPPORT SERVICES - SCHOOL ADM 
241 OFFICE OF THE PRINCIPAL 

241 0-1 1 1 PRINCIPAL SALARIES $ 62,549.64 

200 BENEFITS $ 12,626.42 



S57 



$ 


538.25 


$ 


430.60 


$ 


538.26 


$ 


135.77 


$ 


26.91 


$ 


1,707.65 


$ 


929.00 


$ 


2,368.00 


$ 


278.97 


$ 


235.38 


$ 


2,229.81 


$ 


4,630.63 


$ 


44,987.00 



440 


EQUIPMENT REPAIRS & MAINT 


531 


TELEPHONE 


532 


POSTAGE 


550 


PRINTING 


580 


TRAVEL 


610 


SUPPLIES 


741 


ADDITIONAL EQUIPMENT 


810 


ADM. DUES 


2411-115 


SECRETARIAL SALARIES 


200 


BENEFITS 



$ 


2,177.94 


$ 


5,663.84 


$ 


1,322.04 


$ 


1,588.08 


$ 


20.00 


$ 


1,258.77 


$ 


7,652.00 


$ 


1,569.00 


$ 


44,570.86 


$ 


8,741.68 



2490-890 GRADUATION/ASSEMBLIES $ 2,041 .00 



2500 SUPPORT SERVICES - BUSINESS 

2540-1 1 7 CUSTODIAL SALARIES 

200 BENEFITS 

431 TRASH REMOVAL 

432 SNOW REMOVAL 

440 EQUIPMENT REPAIRS & MAINT. 

441 MAINTENANCE OF GROUNDS 

442 BUILDING REPAIRS & MAINT. 

443 BUILDING MAINTENANCE 
520 BUILDING INSURANCE 
580 TRAVEL 

610 CUSTODIAL SUPPLIES 

651 GAS 

652 OIL 

653 ELECTRICITY 

654 HEATING CONVERSION 

655 OUTDOOR LIGHTING 

656 WATER 

657 SEWER 

741 ADDITIONAL EQUIPMENT 

742 REPLACEMENT EQUIPMENT 
890 MISCELLANEOUS 



2550 PUPIL TRANSPORTATION SERVICES 

2553-511 SPEDTRANSP PUBLIC IN-STATE $ 8,599.00 

512 OUT OF STATE $ 30,887.50 

513 PRIVATE $ 14,428.40 

2554-51 FIELD TRIP TRANSPORTATION $ 661 .65 

511 ACADEMIC COM. TRANSP. $ 1,126.75 



S58 



$ 


53,975.91 


$ 


16,110.04 


$ 


4,450.10 


$ 


900.00 


$ 


918.72 


$ 


387.92 


$ 


8,293.70 


$ 


5,684.54 


$ 


8,269.00 


$ 


400.00 


$ 


6,639.04 


$ 


595.14 


$ 


10,485.00 


$ 


34,915.48 


$ 


39,860.26 


$ 


2,932.81 


$ 


8,640.00 


$ 


10,710.00 


$ 


800.00 


$ 


5,224.93 


$ 


0.00 



2555-510 ATHLETIC TRIP TRANSPORTAITON $ 11,965.48 

2559-519 VOCATIONAL ED TRANSPORTATION $ 515.41 

2600 SUPPORT SERVICES - MANAGERIAL 

2620-330 SPED ADMINISTRATION $ 24,879.00 

2630 INFORMATION SERVICES 

2639-580 TRAVEL & CONFERENCES $ 786.94 



4500 FACILITIES ACQUISITION & CONST. 

4500-451 RENTAL OF LAND & BUILDINGS $ 0.00 



7000 REFUND OF EXPENDITURES 

7000-890 IN/OUT ITEMS - CHAPTER 2 $ 4,296.00 



TOTAL EXPENDITURES $ 2057124.67 



S59 



STATEMENT OF ANALYSIS OF CHANGES IN FUND EQUITY 
WILTON-LYNDEBOROUGH COOPERATIVE SCHOOL DISTRICT 
FOR THE YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 1993 



FUND EQUITY JULY 1, 1992 

ADDITIONS: 
REVENUE 

DELETIONS: 
EXPENDITURES 

FUND EQUITY JUNE 30, 1 993 





SPECIAL 


FOOD 


CAPITAL 


GENERAL 


REVENUE 


SERVICE 


RESERVE 


2,155.52 


0.00 


3,828.74 


58,208.16 


2,106,326.20 


4,296.00 


78,083.37 


1 ,669.87 


2,052,828.67 


4,296.00 


78,597.02 


0.00 


55,653.05 


0.00 


3,315.09 


59,878.03 



WILTON-LYNDEBOROUGH COOPERATIVE SCHOOL DISTRICT 

BALANCE SHEET 

FOR THE YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 1 993 



ASSETS 



GENERAL 



SPECIAL 
REVENUE 



FOOD 
SERVICE 



CAPITAL 
RESERVE 



CURRENT ASSETS 

CASH 

INTERFUND RECEIVABLES 

INTERGOVERNMENTAL RECEIVABLES 

OTHER RECEIVABLES 

TOTAL ASSETS 



57,269.22 


0.00 


0.00 


59,878.03 


1,712.81 










4,027.10 


6,255.20 
17.50 




58,982.03 


4,027.10 


6,272.70 


59,878.03 



LIABILITIES 



INTERFUND PAYABLES 

INTERGOVERNMENTAL PAYABLES 
OTHER PAYABLES 

RESERVE FOR SPECIAL PURPOSES 
UNRESERVED FUND BALANCE 

TOTAL LIABILITY & FUND EQUITY 





1,712.81 








2,314.29 






3,328.98 




2,957.61 


59,878.03 


55,653.05 




3,315.09 




58,982.03 


4,027.10 


6,272.70 


59,878.03 



S60 



1 994-95 Propose) Budget - F©b. 10, 1 994 



VILTON LYHDEBOROUGH 




EXPENDED ; 


BUDGETED j 


PROPOSED 




COOPERATIVE 


! 


1992/93 ! 
























j 






1-1100 


REGULAR PROGRAMS 




: 






1100-112 


TEACHER SALARIES 




S0S401.68! 


801236! 


801236 


211 


BC/BS 




102376.44! 


118934! 


121473 


212 


DENTAL INS. 


! 


1926.00; 


3900! 


3900 


213 


LIFE INS 




982.80! 


1128! 


1128 


214 


WORKERS' COMP. 




801 7. 64! 


4959! 


4959 


222 


RETIREMENT 


; 


15910.66! 


17412'! 


18669 


230 


SOCIAL SECURITY 


! 


61714.77! 


61199! 


61199 


260 


UNEMPLOYMENT 




1769.47! 


2165! 


2165 
















TOTAL 


j 


1001099.46! 


1010933! 


1014729 






: 








1 1 00-440 


EQUIPMENT REPAIRS & MA INT. 




5376.16"! 


7588! 


9727 


452 


LEASE OF EQUIPMENT 




0.00: 


22583! 


22583 


610 


DESK SUPPLIES 




13463.351 


17499! 


21847 


611 


PAPER SUPPLIES 




6166.07! 


7235! 


7914 


612 


TESTS 


j 


O.OOj 


0! 





630 


TEXTBOOKS 


• 


12850.81! 


16885! 


14338 


631 


WORKBOOKS 


1 


2026.21 j 


2872; 


5018 


660 


COMPUTER SOFTWARE 


i 


1836.90! 


3124! 


8649 


741 


ADDITIONAL EQUIPMENT 


: 


7004.03; 


9870; 


10883 


742 


REPLACEMENT EQUIPMENT 


• 


4240.57! 


8227! 


11753 


890 


MISC. - MUSIC. INSTRUMENTS 




0.00! 


200! 


200 






1 










TOTAL 




52964.10! 


96083! 


112912 






| 


! 






1110-112 


TEACHER AIDE SALARIES 




0.00! 


2340! 


2340 


214 


WORKERS' COMP 




0.00! 


14! 


16 


230 


SOCIAL SECURITY! 


O.OOj 


179; 


179 


260 


UNEMPLOYMENT 


| 


O.OOj 


7| 


7 








I 








TOTAL 


0.00! 


2540! 


2542 














1120-122 


SUBSTITUTE SALARIES 




25228.90! 


15100! 


20230 


214 


WORKERS' COMP 


1 


117.39! 


93! 


140 


230 


SOCIAL SECURITY! 


1929.74! 


1155! 


1548 


260 


UNEMPLOYMENT 


"5 


11.18! 


43! 


11 
















TOTAL 


j 


27287.21! 


16391! 


21929 






i 


! 


i 








j 


















PAGE 1 



S61 



1 994-95 Proposal Budge* - F*b. IO J 1 994 



i VILTON LYHDEBGROUGH 


EXPEHDED 


BUDGETED 


PROPOSED 
1994/95 




COOPERATIVE 


1992/93 


1993/94 








j 




1 130-122 


HOMEBOUND/ ESL SALARIES j 


9710.67! 


14460J 


8640 


214 


WORKERS' COMP.i 


58.70J 


90! 


70 


230 


SOCIAL SECURITY; 


709 .57 j 


1106; 
40! 


661 

6 


260 


UNEMPLOYMENT j 


5.52! 










TOTAL 


10484.46! 


15696! 


9377 












REGULAR PROGRAM TOTALS j1091835.23j 


1141643! 


1161489 








— f 


- • — 


1-1200 SPECIAL EDUCATION PROG. 


S 


1200-112 


SPEC ED TEACHER SALARIES 


61075.20! 


55639'! 


55639 


21 1 


BC/BS 


8123.62! 


11022! 


11605 


212 


DENTAL INS. 


0.00! 


300! 


300 


, 213 


LIFE INS 


39.60! 


86| 


86 


214 


WORKERS' COMP. 


541.95! 


345| 


345 


222 


RETIREMENT 


1215.39! 


1107; 


1296 


230 


SOCIAL SECURITY 


4648.23! 


4256! 


4256 


260 


UNEMPLOYMENT 


121.52! 


157! 


157 








72912! 


73684 




TOTAL 


75770.51 j 




j 


i 


1 


400 


1200-440 


EQUIPMENT R£PAIRS & MAINT. j 


84.50! 


300! 


610 


DESK SUPPLIES 


22.72! 


400! 


400 


611 


PAPER SUPPLIES 


0.00! 


200} 
2501 


250 
250 


612 


TESTS 


329.77; 


630 


TEXTBOOKS 


114.49; 


400; 

500; 


400 
800 


631 


WORKBOOKS 


424.67: 


741 


ADDITIONAL EQUIPMENT 


O.OOj 


0! 


1250 


742 


REPLACEMENT EQUIPMENT 


0.00! 


0! 
0| 



600 

4350 


890 


MISCELLANEOUS 


O.OOj 




■ 






TOTAL 


976.1 5| 


2050! 






1201-115 SPEC ED TEACHER AIDE SAL 


16545.97J 

140.87] 

1250.451 


255781 
159| 

19571 


25578 
159 

1957 


214 

250 

260 


WORKERS' COMP. 
SOCIAL SECURITY 
UNEMPLOYMENT 


12.541 
I7749B3[ 


70} 
27764!" 


70 




; 






TOTAL 


27764 












SPECIAL EDUCATION PROGRAM TOTAL; 


94496.49.1 


1 02726 | 


105798 
PAGE 2 








1 









S62 



1994-95 Proposal Budget - F*b. 10, 1994 



Y1LT0N LYNDEBOROUGH 




EXPENDED 


BUDGETED 


PROPOSED 


COOPERATIVE 




1992/93 


1993/94 


1994/95 






{ 


i 




1-1230 SPED TESTING & THERAPY 










1230-330 PSYCHOLOGICAL TESTING 




820.501 


1500! 


1500 


33 1 AUD IOLOG \C AL TEST ING 




0.00! 


0! 


300 


334 PSYCHOLOGICAL THERAPY 




31825.00! 


31275! 


34575 


335 EDUCATIONAL TESTING 




O.OO.i 


Oj 


17000 






i 




TOTAL 




32645.50! 


32775! 


53375 






1 


I 




SPED TESTING & THERAPY TOTAL 




32645.50! 


32775 j 


53375 












1-1290 SPECIAL EDUCATION TUITION! 








1 290-56 1 PUBL IC - IN ST ATE 




3000.00! 


Oj 


4000 


562 PUBLIC OUT OF STATE 




0.00! 


0! 



60000 


569 PRIVATE 




72882.06! 


76000! 












TOTAL 


; 


75882.06"! 


76000! 


64000 












SPECIAL ED TUITION TOTAL 




75882.06 j 


76000 j 


64000 




• 








1-1300 VOC ED TUITION 










1300-561 VOC ED TUITION 




1493.40! 


2500! 




2500 












VOCATIONAL ED PROGRAM TOTAL 




1493.40! 


2500! 


2500 






| 






1-1400 OTHER INSTR. PROGRAMS 


i 








1410-112 COCURRICULAR ACT. SALARIES 




23090.00! 


23690! 


27134 


214 WORKERS' COMP. 




187.82! 


147! 


225 


222 RETIREMENT 


200.62! 


365! 


632 


230 SOCIAL SECURITY 


j 


1766.29! 


18121 


2076 


260 UNEMPLOYMENT 


j 


17.55! 


67! 


20 








! 




TOTAL 


s 


25262.28! 


26081 j 


30087 






i 


I 




1410-440 EQUIPMENT REPAIRS & MAINT.j 


1208.75! 


948! 


948 


590 PURCHASED SERVICES 


j 


8192.40! 


8219! 


9486 


610 SUPPLIES 




3392.12! 


3886! 


4696 


741 ADD IT ION AL EQU IPMENT 


j 


0.00! 


0! 





742 REPLACEMENT EQUIPMENT 


I 


0.00! 


0! 





810 DUES 


| 


1180.00! 


1295! 


1295 


890 MISC. -AWARDS 




956.03! 


1120! 


1120 






: 


i 




TOTAL 


• 


14929.30! 


15468! 


17545 










PAGE 3 



S63 



1 994-95 Proposal Budget - F*b. 1 0, 1 994 



VILTON LYNDEB0R0U6H 




EXPENDED j 


BUDGETED j 


PROPOSED 




COOPERATIVE 


j 


1992/93 


1993/94 


1994/95 






• 




j 




1-1400 OTHE INSTR. PROGRAMS 






j 




1411-112 


ACADEMIC CO CURRICULAR 


I 


5534.961 


7640! 


8640 


214 


WORKERS COMP. 


1 


46.961 


38! 


56 


222 


RETIREMENT 


j 


98.95! 


951 


201 


230 


SOC .SECURITY 


j 


423.471 


470! 


661 


260 


UNEMPLOYMENT 


j 


o.ooj 


0| 









1 




! 






TOTAL 


j 


6104.34! 


8243! 


9558 










j 




1411-610 


SUPPLIES 


! 


372.97! 


1175'i 


1175 


742 


REPLACEMENT EQUIPMENT 


! 


O.OOj 


300! 


2543 


810 


DUES & FEES 




470.00! 


670! 


775 


890 


MISC.- AWARDS 




213.33! 


500! 


624 






: 










TOTAL 




1056.30! 


2645! 


5117 














1490-310 


DRIVER EDUCATlON-in/out 




9174.50! 


3600! 


9175 






j 


i 


! 




TOTAL 


j 


9174.50! 


3600! 


9175 






j 


! 


• 




OTHER INSTR PROGRAMS TOTAL 


• 


56526.72! 


56037 | 


71482 






j 


i 






1-2100 J 


SUPPORT SERVICES - PUPIL 


s 


! 


: 




1-2120 


GUIDANCE SERVICES 


j 


. - : 






2120-113 


GUIDANCE SALARIES 


1 


62281.28! 


62237! 


62237 


211 


BC/BS 


| 


2101.44! 


2411! 


2453 


212 


DENTAL INS. 


: 


150.00! 


150! 


150 


213 


LIFE INS. 


: 


86.40! 


43! 


43 


214 


WORKERS" COMF 


• 


588.91 j 


386! 


386 


222 


RETIREMENT 


! 


1353.53! 


958| 


1450 


230 


SOCIAL SECURITY! 


4764.49! 


4761! 


4761 


260 


UNEMPLOYMENT 


• 


140.151 


174! 


174 






j 


j 


| 






TOTAL 


! 


71466.20J 


71120! 


71654 






■ 


j 


1 




2121-115 


GUIDANCE SECRETARY SALARIES 


1 1 


4675.45! 


4410! 


4524 


214 


WORKERS' COMP 


j 


35.22! 


27! 


27 


230 


SOCIAL SECURITY 


j 


357.681 


337! 


346 


260 


UNEMPLOYMENT 


j 


4.16! 


13! 


13 






| 


j 


: 






TOTAL 


j 


5072.51) 


4787! 


4910 








: 










j 


j 


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WILTON LYNDEBOROUGH 


I 


EXPENDED 


BUDGETED j 


PROPOSED 




COOPERATIVE 


s 


1992/93 


1993/94 


1994/95 






i 


! 






1-2100 SUPPORT SERVICES - PUPIL 




■ 






2120-440 


EQUIP. REPAIRS 


s, 


0.00! 


150! 


150 


532 


POSTAGE 


■ 


350.001 


350! 


350 


610 


SUPPLIES 




807.64! 


1582! 


1145 


612 
630 


TESTS 


! 


574 .34! 


50! 


280 


TEXTBOOKS 


1 


90.89! 


218! 


328 


660 


COMPUTER SOFTWARE 


• 


328.90! 


225 1 


625 


741 


ADDITIONAL EQUIPMENT 




0.00! 
O.OOj 


0! 
350! 



350 


810 


DUES 






" 


rOTAL 


1 


2152.271 


2925! 


3228 










! 




GUIDANCE 


SERVICES TOTAL 


S 


78690.98! 


78832 j 


79792 




; 


| 






1-2130 


HEALTH SERVICES 


: 








2134-113 


NURSES SALARIES 




27614.08! 
3383.19! 


25512! 
3782! 


25512 
4905 


211 


BC/BS 


212 


DENTAL INS. 


j 


150.00! 


150! 


150 


213 


LIFE INS. 


j 


10.80! 


43! 


43 


214 
222 


WORKERS' COMF 


: 


333.91! 


158! 


158 


RETIREMENT 




549.52! 


507! 


594 


230 


SOCIAL SECURITY 


2096.38! 


1915! 


1915 


260 


UNEMPLOYMENT 




70.54! 


70! 


70 










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TOTAL 


: 


34208.42! 


32137! 


33347 






j 








2134-330 


ACADEMIC PHYSICALS 




347.00! 


1540! 


1200 


440 


EQUIPMENT REPAIRS & MA INT 


j 


0.00! 


0! 





532 


POSTAGE 


: 


35.00! 


35! 


60 


580 


TRAVEL /CRISIS INTERVENTION 




500.00! 


0! 





610 


SUPPLIES 




471 .83! 


700! 


700 


741 


ADDITIONAL EQUIPMENT 


i 


0.00! 


0! 


69 


742 


REPLACEMENT EQUIPMENT 


j 


0.00! 


01 









: 








TOTAL 




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1353.83! 


2275! 


2029 






i 








HEALTH SERVICES TOTAL 


i 


35562.25 j 


34412! 


35376 






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■ 


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1994-95 Proposal Budget - Feb. 10, 1994 



VILTON LYNDEBOROUGH 


j 


EXPENDED j 


BUDGETED 


PROPOSED 


COOPERATIVE 




1992/93 


1993/94 


1994/95 




j 




! 




1-2210 IMPROVEMENT OF INST'L STAFF 


! 




22 1 0-270 COURSE RE IMBURSEMENT 


: 


1725.00! 


4500! 


4500 


290 STAFF DEVELOPMENT 




3972.90! 


3185! 


4473 


6 1 CURR ICULUM SUPPL IES 




0.00! 


0! 





640 PROFESS ION AL BOOKS & SUBSC ! 


110.00! 


200! 


200 












IMPROVEMENT OF INST'L STAFF TOT A? 


5807.90 j 


7885 j 


9173 




; 








1 -2220 EDUC AT ION AL MED 1 A SER V ICES 


! 




2222-113 MEDIA SPECIALIST SALARIES 




35417.00! 


35417! 


35417 


21 1 BC/BS 


! 


5334.52! 


6341! 


6200 


212 DENTAL INSURANCE 




150.00! 


150! 


150 


213 LIFE INS. 




43.20! 


43! 


43 


214 'WORKERS' COMP 




345.65! 


220! 


220 


222 RETIREMENT 


j 


704.76! 


545! 


825 


230 SOCIAL SECURITY 




2709.33! 


2709! 


2709 


260 UNEMPLOYMENT 




71.901 


100! 


100 








! 




TOTAL 


| 


44776.36! 


45525! 


45664 








: 




2222-440 EOU IPMENT REP A IRS & M A INT 


j 


797.361 


700! 


700 


453 RENTAL OF FILMS 




146.90! 


500! 


500 


532 POSTAGE 




100.00! 


100! 


100 


610 SUPPLIES 




290.44! 


400! 


500 


630 LIBRARY BOOKS 


i 


4323.50! 


5000! 


5000 


640 MAG AZ INES & PER IOD IC ALS 




1198.00! 


1782! 


1316 


660 SOFTWARE 




0.00! 


2800! 


3000 


741 NEW EQUIPMENT 


■ 


O.OOj 


0! 





742 REPL ACEMENT EOU IPMENT 




972.30! 


1000! 


1000 


810 DUES 


; 


20.00! 


25! 


25 








; 




TOTAL 




7848.50! 


12307! 


12141 












2223-6 1 AUD 10 V ISU AL SUPPL IES 




639.06; 


900! 


2321 


660 COMPUTER SOFTWARE 




1764.00! 


1000! 





74 1 AV ADD IT ION AL EOU IPMENT 




0.00! 


O'i 


1200 


810 DUES 


i 


0.00! 


0! 


245 




I 








TOTAL 




2403.06! 


1900! 


3766 




■ 








EDUCATION MEDIA SERVICES TOTAL 


i 


55027.92! 


59732 j 


61571 








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1994-95 Proposal Budgot - Fob. 10, 1994 



V1LT0N LYHDEBOROUGH 




EXPENDED 


BUDGETED 


PROPOSED 




COOPERATIVE 




1992/93 


1993/94 


1994/95 






j 








1-2310 


SCHOOL BOARD SERVICES 


1 


i 


i 




2310-380 


SCHOOL BOARD MEMBERS 


: 


538.25! 


540! 


540 


381 


CLERK 


| 


430.60! 


440! 


960 


382 


TREASURER 


; 


538.26! 


540! 


540 


383 


SUPERVISOR & BALLOT CLERK 




135.77! 


200! 


200 


384 


MODERATOR 




26.91J 


27! 


27 


385 


AUDITORS 


| 


1707.65! 


500! 


500 


390 


LEGAL FEES 


j 


929.00! 


50! 


900 


521 


S. B. LIABILITY INSURANCE 




2368.00! 


1975! 


2000 


532 


POSTAGE 


278.97! 


300! 


300 


610 


SUPPLIES 


| 


235.38! 


300! 


300 


810 


DUES 


j 


2229.81! 


2030! 


2230 


890 


MISC.- ADVERTISING 


1 


4630.63! 


2500! 


2500 
















TOTAL 


: 


14049.23! 


9402! 


10997 








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1 -2320 OFFICE OF THE SUPT. OF SCHOOLS 










2320-351 


SCHOOL ADM UNIT EXPENSES 


: 


44937.00! 


47341! 


49999 






: 


j 








TOTAL 


j 


44987.00! 


47341! 


49999 






! 


j 






GENERAL 


ADM. SERVICES TOTAL 


1 


59036.23! 


56743 | 


60996 






. 








1 -2400 


SUPPORT SERVICES - ADM 




: 






1 -241 OFFICE OF THE PRINCIPAL 


1 


: 






2410-111 


PRINCIPAL SALARIES 


( 


62549.64! 


60556! 


64075 


211 


BC/BS 


• 


5773.96! 


6341! 


6622 


212 


DENTAL INS. 


j 


150.00! 


150! 


150 


213 


LIFE INS. 




43.201 


43! 


43 


214 


WORKERS' COMF 


>j 


577.17! 


375! 


375 


222 


RETIREMENT 


{ 


1181.47! 


933! 


1493 


230 


SOCIAL security; 


4765.511 


4633! 


4902 


260 


UNEMPLOYMENT 


j 


135.11! 


170! 


170 






1 


| 






TOTAL 


j 


75176.06! 


73201! 


77830 


















1 


j 












I 












1 










} 


• 










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1 994-95 Proposal Budgot - Fob. 1 0, 1 994 



yiLTON LYHDEBOROUGH 
CQGPERAT IVE 



EXPENDED 
"—2/9Z 



BUDGETED ! PROPOSED 



1993/94 j 1994/95 



1-2400 SUPPORT SERVICES - ADM 

2476-440 EQUIPMENT REP AiRS'&MAiNT" 



2177.941 
"5663.84! 



5180] 
7316! 



4930 



531 TELEPHONE 
532 POSTAGE"" 



6000 



1322.04! 
'l588!08! 



1762 1 
2150T 



2006 
2150 



550 PRINTING 
580 TRAVEL"" 



20.00! 
_g_j. 



175: 

TTooT 



175 



610 .SUPPLIES. 

660 COMPUfERSOFfVARE' 



1100 



0.001 
'7652.6o!' 



Oi 

oi 



741 ADDITIONAL EQUIPMENT 
"742 REpTaCE^ 



1200 

6 



0.00] 



2000] 
2028'!' 



810 ADM. DUES 



2089 



TOTAL 



21251.67! 



21711! 



19650 



241 1 _t . !?..... . SE ..?!? E I*?!£L SAL AR,ES 

"Yu BC/BS 



44570.86] 



40471] 
'"5405T 



44729 



6200 



212 



DENTAL [NS. 

IIfe "SST" 



150.00! 
_ _ |. 



150] 
'"43!' 



150 



43 



214 

'230 



WOR KE RS' COMP.j 

SOCIAlSEaJRiTVj' 



380.87! 
'3387]4lT 



251j 

3096!* 



251 

3422 



260 



UNEMPLOYMENT I 



29.23! 



110! 



110 



TOTAL 



53312.54! 



49526! 



54905 



2490-890 GRADUATION /ASSEMBLIES 



2041.00! 



2100! 



2100 



TOTAL 



2041.00! 



2100! 



2100 



SCHOOL ADM. EXPENSES TOTAL 



151781.27! 



146538 



154485 



1-2540 OPERATION MA INT. OF PLANT 

2540-Tl7 CUSTOdIaLSAL ARIES T 



21.1 



BC/BS 

'dentalIpS 



53975.91: 



53624[ 
T059lT 



54671 



12400 



213 
"2lT 



LIFE INS. 
VORKBR^'OOMPl 



150.00! 



300! 
♦• 

861 



300 



86 



3482.55] 
3I5340T 

U33S 

♦• 



1979] 
4102j ' 

"TSor 
♦« 

70832!" 



1979 
4T82 



230 
260 



SOCIAL SECURITVl 



TOTAL 



150 



73768 



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1994-95 Proposal Budget - F*b. 10, 1994 



YILTON LYHDEBOROUGH 




EXPENDED 


BUDGETED 


PROPOSED 




COOPERATIVE 




1992/93 


1993/94 


1994/95 










j 




2540-431 


TRASH REMOVAL 


5 


4450.10! 


6000! 


6000 


432 


SNOW REMOVAL 




900.001 


800! 


900 


440 


EQUIPMENT REPAIRS & MA INT 




918.72! 


2000! 


3199 


441 


MAINTENANCE OF GROUNDS 




387.92! 


2000! 


9800 


442 


BUILDING REPAIRS & MA INT. 




8293.701 


15345! 


22275 


443 


BUILDING MAINTENANCE 


1 


5684.54! 


12650! 


15250 


520 


BUILDING INSURANCE 




8269.00! 


12706! 


8300 


580 


TRAVEL 


| 


400.00! 


450 1 


450 


610 


CUSTODIAL SUPPLIES 




6639.04! 


6500! 


7500 


651 


GAS 


: 


595.14! 


1000! 


1000 


652 


OIL 




10485.001 


11052! 


10500 


653 


ELECTRICITY 




34915.48) 


36480! 


36480 


654 


HEATING CONVERSION 




39860.26! 


39960! 


40061 


655 


OUTDOOR LIGHTING 




2932.81 1 


3850! 


3360 


656 


WATER 


■ 


8640.00! 


9315! 


9315 


657 


SEVER 


{ 


10710.00! 


9425'! 


9425 


741 


ADDITIONAL EQUIPMENT 


j 


800.00! 


850! 


1200 


742 


REPLACEMENT EQUIPMENT 




5224.93! 


2600! 


7109 


890 


MISCELLANEOUS 


• 


o.ooj 


Oj 









s 


! 








TOTAL 


: 


150106.64! 


172983! 


192124 








! 






OPERATION & MA INT OF PLANT TOT All 


220192.59! 


243815! 


265892 














1 -2550 


PUPIL TRANSPORTATION 


j 








2553-51 1 


SPED TRANSP PUBLIC IN-STATE! 


8599.00! 


12000! 


24000 


512 


PUBLIC OUT OF STATE 


j 


30887.501 


31735! 





513 


PRIVATE IN & OUT OF STATE 


} 


14428.40! 


13420! 


58940 








! 








TOTAL 


j 


53914.90! 


57155! 


82940 








• 






2554-510 


FIELD TRIP TRANSPORTATION 


| 


661 .65! 


1700! 


1700 


511 


ACADEMIC COMPETITION TRANS 




1126.75! 


1275! 


1565 






j 


! 


1 






TOTAL 


: 


1788.40! 


2975! 


3265 






: 




1 




2555-510 


ATHLETIC TRIP TRANSPORTATION 


11965.48! 


12100! 


12100 






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j 






TOTAL 




11965.48! 


12100! 


12100 






















! 


























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VILTOH LYNDEBOROUGH 


j 


EXPENDED 


BUDGETED 


PROPOSED 


COOPERATIVE 




1992/93 


1993/94 


1994/95 






5: 5.41 






25.39-51 9 ::-- :s-_ ■: transport a~ 


C; 


— — ~- : 


790 












TOT ^l 




515 -" 


___2_.^ 


750 
..._ . — . — 








PUPIL TRANS. SERVICES TOTAL 




68184.19 


72980 


99055 










_____^_J 








| 


1 -2620 PLANNING, RESEARCH 






DEVELOPMENT & EVALUATION SVCSj 








2622-2^ CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT 




.... : :: 


"COO 
2-7C* 


^scqc 

3SS95 


330 SPED ADMINISTRATION 














PLANNING, ETC. SERVICES TOTAL 




24879.00 


34704 


46895 . 










1-2630 INFORMATION SERVICES 








"""sic 


26~9-530 TRAVEL & CONFERENCES 




786. 9^; 


550 








• 




INFORMATIONAL SERVICES TOTAL 




786.94 


550j 


550 












1-2900 RETIREMENT SERVICES 










2900-22^ PE~ -li S =?■" PE VJ E\~ 


, — +.„... 


C 00 








22b -::=-:: . ^e l - 


: zz 


oj 














~0~-_ 




o.oo! 





JL 










r REf!REMENT SERVICES TOTAL 




0.00 


















1-4000 ACQUISITION & CONSTRUCTION 


1 






4500-451 RENTAL C r _*ND ■%. EU ! LD r NG'S 




D.OQ 


750! 


750 


4600-460 BUILD NG CCNS~RUCT;CN 




o oo! 


















TOTAL 




coo] 


750 


750 












ACQ. & CONSTRUCTION SVCS TOTAL 




0.00 


750 j 


75£ 










1-6000 FUND TRANSFERS 










65 0-9?: CA-iTAL RESERVE 




0.00: 


C; 















TOTAL FUND TRANSFERS 




0.00 


















; 








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1 994-95 Proposal Budgot - Fob. 10, 1 994 



VILTON LYHDEBOROUGH j EXPENDED | BUDGETED j PROPOSED 


COOPERATIVE 1992/93 1993/94 1994/95 


1-7000 REFUND OF EXPENDITURES 

7000-890 IN /OUT ITEMS-CHAPTER 2 4296. 00 j 3300 j 3300 


TOTAL 4296.001 3300 j 3300 


REFUND OF EXPENDITURES TOTAL 4296.00= 3300; 3300 


9-5 1 00 DEBT SERV ICES 

5100-830 PRINCIPAL OF DEBT O.OOj Oj 


840 INTEREST ON DEBT O.OOj Oj 
TOTAL O.OOj Oj 


DEBT SERVICES TOTAL 0.00 j j 


GRAND TOTAL AMOUNT REQUIRED TO j 

MEET SCHOOL BOARD'S BUDGET J2Q571 24.67 j 2151 922 j 2276479 

DEF IC IT APPROPR 1 AT ION 92 /93 40000 j 


GR AND TOTAL 2191 922 j 

Proposed Increase j 1 24557 


: s .5 




PAGE 11 



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WILTON LYNDEBOROIK3H COOPERATIVE SCHOOL DISTRICT - REVENUES 1SS4/S5 



REV ENL'E 



ACTUAL 
92-93 



EST. 
93-94 



EST. 
94-95 



1 000 REVENUE FROM LOCAL SOURCES 
1300 TUmON 

1310 SPECIAL EDUCATION TUfTfON 
1 500 EARNINGS ON INVESTMENTS 

1510 BANKiNTEREST 
1700 PUPIL ACTIVITIES 

1719 OTHER 
1 900 OTHER REVENUE FROM LOCAL SOURCES 

1920 TRUST FUNDS 

1990 OTHER 



5250 








3224 


6000 


3000 


1478 


2000 


1400 





















TOTAL LOCAL REVENUE 



9952 



see: 



4^ : c 



3000 REVENUE FROM STATE SOURCES 
3 1 00 UNRESTRICTED GRANTS-IN-AID 

3110 FOUNDATION AID 

3190 OTHER-ROAD TOLL 
3200 RESTRICTED-GRANTS IN AID 

3210 SCHOOL BUILDING AID 

3230 DRIVER ED. 

3240 CATASTROPHIC AID 

3290 OTHER 



36628 


12406 


15754 


100 


100 


46 











7899 


3600 


9175 


19054 


















TOTAL STATE REVENUE 



63681 



is ice 



24975 



4000 REVENUE FROM FEDERAL SOURCES 
4400 REST. GRANTS-IN-AID THRU STATE 
4420 BOA TITLE II 



4027 



3300 



3 3 ;<: 



TOTAL FEDERAL REVENUE 



4027 



3300 



3 3 CO 



5200 TRANSFERS FROM OTHER FUNDS 
5230 FROM CAPITAL RESERVE FUND 



: 



TOTAL TRANSFERS 







GRAND TOTAL RECEIPTS 



77660 



27406 



32675 



S72 



Z- 7 • 94 



WILTON POLICE DEPARTMENT 

WILTON FIRE DEPARTMENT 

WILTON AMBULANCE 

WILTON TOWN OFFICE 

Office Hours: 

Monday, Tuesday, & Friday 

Wednesday 

Thursday 

Board of Selectmen meet Monday Night 

BUILDING INSPECTOR 

Office Hours: 

Monday, Tuesday, Thursday & Friday 



91 1 Emergency or 654 - 9452 
91 1 Emergency or 654 - 6758 
91 1 Emergency or 654 - 2222 



654 - 9451 



9:00 - 4:00 
Closed 
9:00 - 7:00 

7:00 



654 - 9451 



10:00-1:00 

FLORENCE HIDEOUT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 654 - 6714 



WILTON-LYNDEBOROUGH COOPERATIVE SCHOOL 
WILTON SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS 



WILTON RECYCLING CENTER 

Recycling Hours: 

Saturday 

Sunday 

Tuesday 

Thursday 

* Open May 1st - September 30th 

Monday, Wednesday & Friday 



654-6123 



654-2171 



654-6150 



9:00 - 5:00 
9:00 - 2:00 
7:30 - 5:00 
1 :00 - 5:00* 
1 :00 - 7:00 
Closed 



WILTON PUBLIC & GREGG FREE LIBRARY 

Library Hours: 

Monday, Wednesday & Friday 

Tuesday & Thursday 

Saturday 



654 - 2581 



2:00 - 5:00 
9:00-12:00 
& 2:00 - 8:00 
9:00- 12:00